EVOLUTION KEY SEEN IN SCORPION FOSSIL A BILLION YEARS OLD; Prof. Patten of Dartmouth Says Find in Baltic After 40-Year Search Supports His Theory. CALLS IT ORIGINAL PATTERN One of Its Two Branches, as Shown in Embryology, He Adds, Leads to Human Beings. B

Title

EVOLUTION KEY SEEN IN SCORPION FOSSIL A BILLION YEARS OLD; Prof. Patten of Dartmouth Says Find in Baltic After 40-Year Search Supports His Theory. CALLS IT ORIGINAL PATTERN One of Its Two Branches, as Shown in Embryology, He Adds, Leads to Human Beings. B

Identifier

32344

Abstract

NEW ORLEANS, La., Dec. 28.--A five-inch-long fossil, something like a billion years old, recently extricated from the rocks on an island in the Baltic Sea, was exhibited here today before the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement

Publication Year

Publication Title

Publication Date

URL

Files

Collection

Reference

'EVOLUTION KEY SEEN IN SCORPION FOSSIL A BILLION YEARS OLD; Prof. Patten of Dartmouth Says Find in Baltic After 40-Year Search Supports His Theory. CALLS IT ORIGINAL PATTERN One of Its Two Branches, as Shown in Embryology, He Adds, Leads to Human Beings. B', New York Times

Cite As

“EVOLUTION KEY SEEN IN SCORPION FOSSIL A BILLION YEARS OLD; Prof. Patten of Dartmouth Says Find in Baltic After 40-Year Search Supports His Theory. CALLS IT ORIGINAL PATTERN One of Its Two Branches, as Shown in Embryology, He Adds, Leads to Human Beings. B,” Past Periodicals, accessed March 9, 2021, https://unsettlingscientificstories.omeka.net/items/show/20366.