Was thinking, and I thought why is it that so many people that have made HUGE discoveries in biology don’t have any formal training in the subject??
A few examples I can think of are:
- Charles Darwin (studied divinity at university)
- Gregor Mendel (was an abbot at a monastery in the Czech Republic)
- Alfred Russel Wallace (was too poor to afford an education)
- Carl Linnaeus (who came up with many of his classification ideas from his expedition)
I suppose it goes to show you only need a brain to succeed, and you shouldn’t mix intelligence with education
“The culling of badgers is absolutely obscene. The largest ever study found that it would make things things worse not better, yet they still push ahead towards the meaningless destruction of our wildlife”
Wendy Turner Webster said this AND SHE IS NEVER WRONG.
I don’t know if the badger cull is a good or bad thing HELP
Usually if something like this happens, I am screaming OH MY GOSH THEY’RE KILLING THOUSANDS OF INNOCENT CREATURES HOW CAN THEY THEY ARE POOPY PEOPLE!!
Buuuuuut, I can sort of see where they are coming from….
If it makes the badgers healthier, and the cattle at a lesser risk of contracting TB then It must be good? Apparently they have to be shot humanely and it’s only a trial.
I shouldn’t want it, or should I :O
All I know is I couldn’t kill a lickle badger wadger