Apologies to anyone who has been wondering what has happened to this blog.

Well it’s a long story involving writing and designing two e-books and two physical paperbacks of the same. All the blog material on this site has inspired my research and discovery leading to massive blogs that are being published as I write this… hence, I have gone fishing for things like epigenetic fish.

Soon my energy will be redirected back to articles on this blog. Hopefully in the next few weeks I will  posting regularly. For the last while my energy has gone into publishing my research. I had a corrupted harddrive and my son lost the usb stick with all the backup material. It eventually turned up and un-usuable – died/deceased – gone!

However, I was able to cobble together what I could, bibliography and all and now have the Epigenetic Caterpillar: An alternative to the Neo-Darwinian view of the Peppered Moth Phenonenon in e-book and physical form – just awaiting the proofs coming on Monday. The next book: Lamarck and the Sad Tale of the Blind Cave-Fish is also in e-book and physical form – awaiting my approval – these should be with me on Monday coming.

So for anyone is interested in this blog – please be patient and I’ll be back soon. I still have a lot to share. I also have the third book for example, in the making: Evolution: A third Way?yet to be published. but it is edited. I hope to post parts of this ongoing research in coming months. I was also thinking of putting together something light-hearted like: best quotes about the Neo-Darwinian modern synthesis …. I’ve tonns of them and it is just a matter of selecting the best and most humourous…

Stay in touch.

Some material still Free for a while yet – new and much improved version of Epigenetic caterpillar on Smashwords and other outlets for example, otherwise, fairly inexpensive, but highly informative books are on Amazon for moment and soon to be distributed to all world-wide main book outlets. Just type in the titles and they should come up in next few weeks.

Cheers for now



One thought on “Gone fishing for epigenetic fish…

  1. Appreciating the time and energy you put into your blog and in depth information you provide.
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