Alien Invasion by Ruben Bolling

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September 07, 2010

in today's new york times

On a study showing a similarity between human and marine ragworm brains:

"'You can say that the topography is so similar that the human and worm must come from a common ancestor,' said Detlev Arendt, a researcher at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory and one of the study's authors."

Yes, you can say that.  I'll bet Arendt and his colleagues are having a pretty nice chuckle right now.


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