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Japanese McVities Digestives Review
Nicey replies: Hiromi,

Yet another exotic Japanese Digestive. I wonder if chocolate digestives would fair better? The layer of chocolate might help stop them going soggy?

Ruth Steel

Japanese McVities Digestives Review
Nicey replies: Having studied evolution as part of my Biology degree, I'm prone to bandy around such terms. The evidence for the rate at which organisms deferentiate and give rise to new species is that it accelerates when the environment offers new opportunities or ecological niches. For instance to use the best known example the volcanic islands of the Galapagos provided new virgin land as they were thrown up over the millennia from the sea bed. Pioneering colonising species quickly diversified and adpated to the new environments opportunities and therefore new and unique species of birds, insects, plants and animals that differed to those on the main land of South America. Biologists call this an evolutionary bottleneck, where a few individuals give rise to a new population. It was this process I was eluding to for those Japanese biscuits. Evolution requires variation, opportunity and selection pressure. I think all those factors are present hence my comments. I hope that explains what I had in mind.

I'd prefer not to discuss, defend or attack anything that clearly comes down to personal faith for fairly much the same reasons we don't discuss peoples preferences for brands of tea. So let's leave it there please.