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Hi Kenneth Van Oost -
>And the habit, more likely the need, of reaching for
>the highest leaves resulted in changes.
Well, like I said- "At any rate, there is somehow a goal in
lamarckianism, and, so far, nothing about evolution admits of goals."
So, I'll go out on a short, strong, limb, and say, lamarckianism is
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