[LMB] The Sharing Knife.... fast reread

John Lennard john.c.lennard at gmail.com
Sat Jan 26 13:34:00 GMT 2019

Joel: Back in July 2007, Lois was commenting on her thoughts about
how the inheritance of groundsense worked:

John: Interesting, thanks. Doesn't affect my argument, and yeah, something
as complex as ground sense is going to involve a whole bunch of genes.
You're still going to get a mappable distribution of inherited ability,
about which no-one gets any choice.

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