Family Information

Thu, 20 Nov 2008 00:35:21 PST

>" It's time for the botanists to pull their act together and start legislating, 
> instead of the current everyman-for-himself approach."

> Rodger Whitlock
> Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

But then that would no longer be science and no longer allow correction when new data becomes available.Change is useful we ave to accept in the publics sphere that science is evolving and that is the major part of it's attraction.New discoveries are passionately interesting to all when all is said and done.I thoroughly enjoy the roller-coaster ride of botany especially these days of genetic decoding!( Keeping in mind the french proverbe which translates as "the more things change the more they stay the same"!!)

More information about the pbs mailing list