the other person
who discovered evolution
Melga Blank is an American academic, naturalist, self-evolutionary biologist, and biographer of The Mels. She came up with the concept of self-evolution—after meeting and studying The Mels. Blank's wild idea—that The Mels evolve through self-versions—was first published in a paper in 2014. That's a full 158 years after Darwin published the Orgin of the Species. Blank hasn't yet developed Darwin-level fame, but her ideas help form the basis of how we study self-evolution today.
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Melga Blank (right) with Mel(v.7) (left) in an exhibition they co-curated at the Museum of The Mels.