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Submission + - Alfred Russel Wallace: what I really thought about Darwin (newscientist.com)

Calopteryx writes: The correspondence of Alfred Russel Wallace has gone online for the first time (http://www.nhm.ac.uk/research-curation/scientific-resources/collections/library-collections/wallace-letters-online/index.html). New Scientist has opened a wormhole between the 21st and 19th centuries and has "interviewed" the great man
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Alfred Russel Wallace: what I really thought about Darwin

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