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Personal observations, as well as data collected from thirty-six years of teaching biology at the colligate level, simply reinforce the view that misconceptions concerning evolutionary theory run amuck in our educational systems.
There are no archetypes or colligate concepts that provide unity to the diversity that is food, and that is the way that it should be.
When you throw in the massive colligate conference sports network deals cropping up, the NFL's massive rights deals, and regional agreements such as the Lakers with Time Warner Cable, it begins to add up.
The problem is television, or more correctly, the interest of networks and the nation's appetite for colligate football and basketball.