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Clinton Van Inman

State:  Florida

Contact Information:  cinman@tampabay.rr.com

Clinton Van Inman has been an educator most of his life and is presently teaching high school science in Tampa Bay. He was born in England and graduated from San Diego State University. He has written numerous articles about anthropology and astronomy, as well as children`s books and screenplays. He is an outspoken voice of evolution as well as a futurist. He has created an innovative computer model of what humans might look like in future evolutionary scenarios.

 Clinton has written articles and a book about this called, "The Face of Super-humanity," that explains how we will evolve into the next link of a super species.  His ideas are controversial but he believes it is controversy that perpetuates science and education and is also responsible for keeping us human.  He is married and lives in Sun City Center, Fl.

Hero Poll: Who is your hero? - Having no heroes is the reason why we invent them on the big screen. We love a winner and a hero even more. Hero worship is older than Homer.

Darwinism Under the Microscope - Regardless of all the attacks on Darwinism, Darwinism has survived all tests of time and has remained the kingpin, the paradigm of all exacting science

How probable is probable? - The anthropological impact of random events shaping our history will amaze.

Megalodon: Age of Petite or Puny - Ever notice how much smaller living things are today compared to millions of years ago? Modern paleontologist provides some clues.

Antipodes: Where are they? - Knowledge of the antipodes lends new insights to Planet Earth

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