|#t isn't that Stephen Jay Gould, who teaches geology, biology, and the history As he puts it in his latest book, "The Panda's Thumb," his second.
||#bear with more conventional paws, then a structure like the Panda's thumb makes more sense. evidence for evolution, via the argument of contrivances.
||#“It is a wonder what Mr. Gould can do with the most unlikely phenomena: a tiny organism's use of the earth's magnetic field as a guide to food and comfort.
||#Part One was an essay that Stephen Jay Gould published in Natural History in called “The Panda's Peculiar Thumb.” It's a classic.|