An eclectic blog on evolution & DarwinianaWritten by Mark Pallen.
The book Rough Guide to Evolution, given to 6000 students via Great Read at Birmingham.
My other blog: bacterial pathogenomicsAny opinions are mine, not my publisher's
Any opinions are mine, not my publisher's
Concerning Arika Okrent's new book.I think that the choice, realistically, for the future global language lies between English and Esperanto, rather than an untried project. As a native English speaker I would prefer Esperanto.It's unfortunate, however, that only a few people know that Esperanto has become a living language.After a short period of 121 years Esperanto is now in the top 100 languages, out of 6,800 worldwide, according to the CIA factbook. It is the 17th most used language in Wikipedia, and in use by Skype, Firefox and Facebook. Native Esperanto speakers,(people who have used the language from birth), include George Soros, World Chess Champion Susan Polgar, Ulrich Brandenberg the new German Ambassador to NATO and Nobel Laureate Daniel Bovet.Further arguments can be seen at http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=_YHALnLV9XU Professor Piron was a translator with the United Nations in Geneva.A glimpse of Esperanto can be seen at http://www.lernu.net
Saluton BrianMi ne komprenas kial vi metis ĉi-tiun komenton ĉi-tie?! Kiel vi scias, mi diskutis Esperanton en alia parto de la blogo:http://roughguidetoevolution.blogspot.com/2008/07/language-and-life-from-evolution-to.htmlĈi-tie, ĝi estas nur spamo!
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