Saturday, December 31, 2005

Spider Eggs

This weekend is a holiday here at the Bob Davis Institute World Headquarters in Anchorage, Alaska. So we're sharing a toast and ringing in 2006.

And we're hot on the case of a new theory that promises to be very exciting for the coming year. It is a theory of evolution unheard of in this day and age, though it was more common in the 14th century in Brussels and in the greater Amsterdam area. The short outline of the theory is that spider eggs spontaneously generate new species every time they hatch in a sealed jar filled with rags.


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