Walter Bradley, Josephine Krouse

I was looking forward to seeing the author of a predecessor to Of Pandas and People. Alas, family illness kept him away, but his substitute decided to assert that "Richard Dawkins plagiarized Francis Crick," a stark claim which seems unsupported.

Krouse is good, but no questions.

James Norelius: Claims the pilot Smitty didn't follow standard procedure, so we should add S&W to the TEKS. Sadly, no.

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