Introducing Melody!

So as you may know my ttf toon finally got cloned and I figured making an actual introduction post instead of just waiting until people looked at my about and saw that she is me was more efficient. I’ve already met a couple of you in game and I’m not to even sure if you know its me yet.

About Melody:

As stated she’s my ttf toon. She’s pretty much a Plan B if ttf ever gets popular. I’m not sure at the moment if I’m gonna be active on her or Lucina more.

She’s a clone of my TTO toon so she’s maxed in everything that actually matters to me (aka not gardening racing or golfing). 135 laff. Trapless.

I really have nothing else to say whoops.

If you see me on say hi!

Donald Clark Plan B: James Baldwin: greatest ever learning theorist you’ve never heard of


You’ve probably never heard of James Mark Baldwin. Yet, he may be the greatest learning theorist that ever lived. A 19th century psychologist, he introduced what is called the ‘Baldwin Effect’ into evolutionary theory.

Marta Torán’s insight:

El efecto Baldwin o cómo el comportamiento aprendido influye en la evolución

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