"When I visited him in Stony Brook in the mid 1980s, he told me he was having a hard time
getting grant support for his research, and I couldn't believe that...
George really is the most important thinker in evolutionary biology
in the United States since the 1959 Darwin centennial.
It's astonishing that he hasn't gotten more credit and acclaim.
He's a shy guy, but a very nice guy,
and a very deep and a very careful thinker. 3rd culture.