Thursday, March 29, 2007



Science Daily: "The reason we experience disgust today is that the response protected our ancestors," said Dan Fessler, associate professor of anthropology and director of UCLA's Center for Behavior, Evolution, and Culture.

"The emotion allowed our ancestors to survive long enough to produce offspring, who in turn passed the same sensitivities on to us."

Maybe that explains why William Dembski feels like the Maytag repairman.


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