Re: RIP- Stephen Jay Gould

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    >From: "Wade T.Smith" <>
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    >Subject: RIP- Stephen Jay Gould
    >Date: Tue, 21 May 2002 08:55:55 -0400
    >I don't remember if this announcement has reached here as of yet, but
    >Stephen Jay Gould has died, of cancer.
    >I join the many who will miss him.
    Me too. He was one of the great science authors of our time. _Ontogeny and
    Phylogeny_ and _Wonderful Life_ are among my favorites, difficult as they

    Hearing of his death hit me kinda like when I heard about Phil Hartman, a
    comedian I admired and respected, passing on several years ago. They both
    were talented folks in their chosen pursuits and will be missed by me.

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