Remembering Evolution Visionary Mae-Wan Ho

MAE-WAN HO Mae-Wan Ho, the Hong Kong-born evolution scientist and one of neo-Darwinism’s most effective critics, has died at age 74, I learned today. Ho was co-founder with her husband, physicist Peter Saunders, of the Institute of Science in Society, the UK organization focused on reclaiming science for the public good. She was also the author or co-author of a dozen books, one of her favorites, The Rainbow and the Worm. Through the years at ISIS, Ho and Saunders were tireless in challenging dubious science, particularly that of “artificial genetic modification” of our food supply. Ho left her 25-year teaching

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