PanzaR at CARNEGIEMUSEUMS.ORG
Fri Apr 12 09:12:59 CDT 2002
I believe some will "accept" something as a working hypothesis, if it seems
reasonable, in order to see if it works. In other words, some people might
use the "center of origin" concept and, finding it useful, continue with it
even in the absence of proper evidence.
Robin K Panza
Section of Birds, Carnegie Museum of Natural History
4400 Forbes Ave.
Pittsburgh PA 15213 USA
panzar at carnegiemuseums.org
>Again I'm not aware that anyone in science accepts anything without
Perhaps so. I was covering all bets. I notice that many Darwinian
dispersalists appear to accept Darwinian centers of origin without any
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