When Darwin introduced his theory of evolution in 1859 with his celebrated publication, “On the Origin of Species,” he knew that a geological record of fossils would be essential to tell his story. His basic proposal of natural selection won him much acclaim. He predicted that organisms with better traits would adapt to their environment and succeed over many generations, changing slowly over long periods of time

Well, if you read the article ran titled, “Maybe We Really Are Alone in the Universe” by Jeffrey Kluger, Editor At Large for Time, you might think so. While several science news organizations ran this, including the New York Times, it failed to make it to the evening news. I was not surprised that it did not get the coverage it should have.

For those who have never heard a yogism before, there is a treasure trove of amusing statements that have come for the lips of possibly the greatest baseball player-manager-coach of all time, New York Yankee legend, Yogi Berra. Some of his more famous yogisms are, “It ain’t over till it’s over,” “I never said most of the things I said” and “Half the lies they tell about me aren’t true.” But, “It’s Déjà vu all over again” that I am