A New Theory of the Universe?

From the latest issue of American Scholar: “The world is not, on the whole, the place we have learned about in our school books. This point was hammered home one recent night as I crossed the causeway of the small island where I live. The pond was dark and still. Several strange glowing objects caught my attention on the side of the road, and I squatted down to observe one of them with my flashlight. The creature turned out to be a glowworm, the luminous larva of the European beetle Lampyris noctiluca. Its segmented little oval body was primitive – like some trilobite that had just crawled out of the Cambrian Sea 500 million years ago.”

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  1. Alex

    April 25, 2007 at 11:23 am

    Thank You

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