Quote by Donald Johanson
When the first fossils began to be found in eastern Africa, in the late 1950s, I thought, what a wonderful marriage this was, biology and anthropology. I was around 16 years old when I made this particular choice of academic pursuit.
This quote reflects the author's fascination with the discovery of fossils in eastern Africa and their significance to the fields of biology and anthropology. At the age of 16, the author was captivated by the intersection of these two disciplines and made the decision to pursue this area of study. The quote highlights the author's sense of wonderment and enthusiasm for the fruitful combination of biology and anthropology.
There are lots of people out there who think they know the truth about God and religion, but does anybody really know for sure? That's why the founding fathers built freedom of religious belief into the structure of this nation, so that everybody could make up their minds for themselves.