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Thomas Hayden grew up in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, and currently lives in San Francisco, California. He is a journalist and nonfiction author of articles and books related to science (especially evolution and ecology), the environment and sustainability, and the interplay between science, environmental issues and culture. He teaches writing, journalism and sustainability science at Stanford University. He also has an interest in health and medicine, Canadian-American relations and contemporary Native American/First Nations issues.

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“Thanks to evolution, half of all Americans don't believe in evolution.”
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“In science ... "discovery" can mean finding a guppy with an extra spine in its dorsal fin.”
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“All sorts of changes in cellular machinery have shown up that have nothing to do with the sequence of DNA but still have profound, and heritable, impacts for generations to come. For example, malnourished rats give birth to undersized pups that, even if well fed, grow up to give birth to undersized pups. Which means, among other things, that poor old Lamarck was right—at least some acquired traits can be passed down.”
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“In science ... "discovery" can mean finding a guppy with an extra spine in its dorsal fin.”
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“Thanks to evolution, half of all Americans don't believe in evolution.”
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