Previously, we looked at the basic concepts of evolution from the perspective of research biology. If you haven't already read Part I, you might wish to do so.
The tree of life on this planet undergoes extensive and regular pruning. Understanding how this process occurs is essential to creating a constructed world with a plausible biosphere. The art of creating a biosphere, like the art of creating a detailed family languages, is distinguished by the fact that you can do as much or as little as you like, and still captivate a casual reader—but you will still have a rotten taste in your mouth if you skimp on constructing a plausible history. […]
CORRECTION: Everything will now be done in C++.
You had to store tons and tons of tiny values.
Then along came a guy named Dr. Karl Pearson,
Said you can store signals in vectors, just as well. […]
When I can come in
To a hopeless electrolyte
But one more time
my answer stands
I swear I mean "no offence"
But you better learn to read
it's all 'bout electrochemistry […]
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