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The Third Way

Over the years, it has become evident that evolution happens in a number of ways, including horizontal gene transfer between unrelated species, epigenetic inheritance of genes that changed during our parents’ lifetimes, and convergent evolution — where vastly different life forms end up with very similar mechanisms as a result of pursuing a common goal. Efforts to incorporate these processes into evolutionary theory are sometimes called The Third Way or Extended Evolutionary Synthesis (EES).

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The fallacies of a simplified gene-centric model of evolution have become evident in light of the cumulative evidence that inheritance is more than just genomes.

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