2020-07-21 22:17:01 UTC
'Friendliest,' not fittest, is key to evolutionary survival,
scientists argue in their new book
British naturalist Charles Darwin got it right, but maybe we got
Most people assume that Darwin was talking about physical strength
when referring to "survival of the fittest," meaning that a tougher,
more resilient species always will win out over its weaker
counterparts. But what if he didn't mean that at all?