Originally Posted By: ImagingGeek
Funny, I've worked in the biomedical field for over 2 decades and never noticed the raging controversy - because there isn't one. The role of epigenetics in evolution is pretty well established; minimal effect on "higher" organisms, some effect on "lower" (I hate those terms, but I digress).

That is a problem for me too. I keep using words and phrases like that, then thinking what in the world does that mean? In evolutionary terms "lower" and "higher" are really difficult to defend.

Bill Gill

C is not the speed of light in a vacuum.
C is the universal speed limit.