Lynn Margulis Quotes

Top 14 wise famous quotes and sayings by Lynn Margulis

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Lynn Margulis quotes: New mutations don't create new species; they create offspring that are impaired. New mutations don't create new species; they create offspring that are impaired.
Lynn Margulis quotes: Although the detail of our sexual energies and their objects and objectives vastly vary, the existence of our sexuality itself is an undeniable truth. Although the detail of our sexual energies and their objects and objectives vastly vary, the existence of our sexuality itself is an undeniable truth.
Lynn Margulis quotes: All I ask is that we compare human consciousness with spirochete ecology. All I ask is that we compare human consciousness with spirochete ecology.
Lynn Margulis quotes: Life learned early on to recognize itself. Life learned early on to recognize itself.
Lynn Margulis quotes: If you really want to study evolution, you've got go outside sometime, because you'll see symbiosis everywhere! If you really want to study evolution, you've got go outside sometime, because you'll see symbiosis everywhere!
Lynn Margulis quotes: Evolution is no linear family tree, but change in the single multidimensional being that has grown to cover the entire surface of Earth. Evolution is no linear family tree, but change in the single multidimensional being that has grown to cover the entire surface of Earth.
Lynn Margulis quotes: To romp along the connected rooftops and fire escapes of Chicago's second city of garages was my young life's passion. To romp along the connected rooftops and fire escapes of Chicago's second city of garages was my young life's passion.
Lynn Margulis quotes: Life on earth is more like a verb. It repairs, maintains, re-creates, and outdoes itself. Life on earth is more like a verb. It repairs, maintains, re-creates, and outdoes itself.
Lynn Margulis quotes: For all the accomplishments of molecular biology, we still can't tell a live cat from a dead cat. For all the accomplishments of molecular biology, we still can't tell a live cat from a dead cat.