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  1. Thank you for sharing this. The imaginative is where we feel our thinking

  2. richardcain2 says:

    Up until 3.00, so far, so warm and fuzzy. But this: “the butterfly is an evolutionary advance over the caterpillar.” – What an absolute crock of the proverbial! That’s like saying that a sheep is an evolutionary advance over the lamb.

    How to throw away any credibility you had in a single mushy sound-bite.

    1. bellacaledonia says:

      It’s a metaphor. Chill.

  3. leavergirl says:

    Richard Cain is right. Why didn’t they find a biologist who actually knows the process of metamorphosis?

    The video has a good kernel, but too much woo.

    1. bellacaledonia says:

      Too much woo… mibbes aye mibbes naw. I think you’re not quite with it

      1. leavergirl says:

        Why dontcha read the review I posted before blathering? 😉

      2. bellacaledonia says:

        Well I did. I suppose the main criticisms – that against the writing style and against the science (or lack of it) werent strong enough for me. What I liked about the film and the book was the dismantling of the four myth-perception and the material on brain-waves and childhood development. I also liked the message (via Kroptkin) that cooperation is the real message of Evolution as opposed to competition.

        But ultimately you are right, too much woo.

  4. leavergirl says:

    Well, turns out the vid is a promo for Lipton’s book.
    Here is a sympathetic yet quite critical review.

  5. As a qualified scientist I enjoyed this comparison very much. Whether it’s an accurate portrayal of metamorphosis or not – the idea is easy to follow and the end result is still the same. I, for one, do not want to listen to the intricacies of biochemistry during a loose comparison.

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