Well, right now I’ve shifted in the realm of “theoretical biology” to see what is state-of-the-art in that field. (origins of life) And it mostly suffers from having a number of different origins – I think most are mathematical because it was Schroedinger that got the ball rolling with his “What is Life?” book. – which seem to be missing a few key things. While theoretical biology isn’t evolution (I don’t think), I’ll keep my eyes open for a segue. Right now I want to find an approach I can stand behind readily and I’m jumping around similar but different areas.

Well, right now I’ve shifted in the realm of “theoretical biology” to see what is state-of-the-art in that field. (origins of life)

And it mostly suffers from having a number of different origins – I think most are mathematical because it was Schroedinger that got the ball rolling with his “What is Life?” book. – which seem to be missing a few key things.

While theoretical biology isn’t evolution (I don’t think), I’ll keep my eyes open for a segue. Right now I want to find an approach I can stand behind readily and I’m jumping around similar but different areas.

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