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A link to a recent article in the Los Angeles Review of Books about me (Gene McCarthy), stabilization theory, and the hybrid theory of human origins: HOW A WILD PIG MAY UPROOT THE TREE OF LIFE. It's by the well-known science journalist Greg Critser.

Enjoy. And don't forget to RT!

More about the Hybrid Hypothesis:

1: Introduction >>

2:The Other Parent >>

3: An Initial Analysis >>

4: Origins of Bipedalism >>

5: Cranium and Brain >>

6: Additional Evidence >>

7: Gorilla and Koolokamba >>

8: Closing Thoughts >>

Rebuttal of Prothero's comments >>

Rebuttal of PZ Myers' comments >>

Appendix: Mitochondrial DNA >>

Appendix: Infertility in the Gorilla >>

Check out Gene McCarthy's kindle novel, The Department, a satire of academic life, which includes an F₁ pig-ape hybrid as one of its major characters.
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The Department
An anonymous review (from Amazon):
"Satire, literary scholarship, comedy, investigative reporting, horror -- The Department has it all. It's Confederacy of Dunces + Frankenstein + Moby Dick rolled into one. McCarthy does a great job of populating a university genetics department with clowns, villains, heroes, mad scientists, and monsters while weaving a plot which leads inevitably to the substantial depopulation of that department. He takes a little time getting there, but it's always a pleasant, informative, and fascinating journey."