by Roland Legrand
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one organism engulfed another,
yet both survived and eventually
support in the 1980s, when the genetic material of
mitochondria and chloroplasts was found to be
different from that of the symbiont’s nuclear DNA.
Cooperative arrangements may
even precede competitive
how valid is this hypothesis in
biology for the study of human
She also believed that proponents of the standard theory "wallow in their
zoological, capitalistic, competitive, cost-benefit interpretation of Darwin –
having mistaken him... Neo-Darwinism, which insists on [the slow accrual of
mutations by gene-level natural selection], is in a complete funk."
gender related question: how hard was it in 1966 for
a woman to defend a 'soft' hypothesis about
a controversy: "Margulis later argued that "there's no evidence
that HIV is an infectious virus" and that AIDS symptoms
"overlap ... completely" with those of syphilis" (2009),
any relation with her 'cooperative visions'?