Adam Rutherford


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Adam David Rutherford (born 1975) is a British geneticist, author, and broadcaster. He was an audio-visual content editor for the journal Nature for a decade, is a frequent contributor to the newspaper The Guardian, hosts the BBC Radio 4 programme Inside Science, has produced several science documentaries and has published books related to genetics and the origin of life.

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A Brief History of Everyone...

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How to Argue With a Racist:...

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Humanimal: How Homo Sapiens...

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Creation: How Science Is Re...

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Genetics: A Ladybird Expert...

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“We look to statistcs for reassurance in these types of situations. Here is one: 100% of mass shootings have been enabled by access to guns. I can guarantee that even if there were a genotype shared by the mass shooters, which there will not be, none of the killings would have happened if they didn't have guns.”
Adam Rutherford, A Brief History of Everyone Who Ever Lived: The Stories in Our Genes

“And then there are huge chunks of DNA that are just repeated sections. And then there are huge chunks of DNA that are just repeated sections. And then there are huge chunks of DNA that are just repeated sections.”
Adam Rutherford, A Brief History of Everyone who Ever Lived: The Stories in Our Genes

“none of the ways in which we talk about race today stands up to the scrutiny that genetics has enabled. Families are too untidy, human history is too convoluted, people too motile. The deck has been shuffled and reshuffled. Genetics has shown that people are different, and these differences cluster according to geography and culture, but never in a way that aligns with the traditional concepts of human races.”
Adam Rutherford, A Brief History of Everyone Who Ever Lived: The Human Story Retold Through Our Genes

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