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Italian ID group interviews Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig (in English)

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“Secretary and professional journalist Marco Respinti interviews well known Dr. Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig, retired head researcher at Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research on a fascinating journey through genetics of plants, cybernetics, “sacred cows” and Intelligent Design.”

Dr. Lönnig is an expert in carnivorous plants. Regular readers may remember him from the time when that carnivorous plant tried to eat a Darwinian, Nick Matzke.

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2 Replies to “Italian ID group interviews Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig (in English)

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    kairosfocus says:

    Very goot interview, with English as bridge between Italian and German! I found the restoration of partly corrupted genetic information shown by hybrid vigour and self-pollination to be quite interesting. Mutations, in short, are entropic. Extra points for Mendel’s garden peas being used.

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    jerry says:

    with English as bridge between Italian and German!

    I once was in a testing session for athletes in Europe. Two world class athletes, one from Holland and one from Luxembourg (not far apart geographically) were talking to each other in English. It was their one common language.

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