Dr Miles, or the front representing him, dismissed natural selection in this essay. The reasoning meandered incoherently; the author's use of the Heidelberg Jaw was clumsy and awkward. The writer lacked awareness of the idea of a common ancestor among simians.
Why aren't monkeys turning into people now?
A joke from another page of this strange almanac:
"Papa, did Edison make the first talking machine?"
"No, son, the Lord made the first talking machine, but Edison made the first one that could be shut off at will."