Richard Goldschmidt

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Richard Goldschmidt

Richard Goldschmidt (1878 – 1958) was an American geneticist who emigrated from Germany. Goldschmidt advanced a pseudoscientific evolutionary hypothesis where macroevolution was postulated to occur through macromutations. Goldschmidt's evolutionary hypothesis is often popularly referred to as the "Hopeful Monster" hypothesis.

See also

Punctuated equilibrium

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