Fins to Feet


About me – Arvind Pillai

Hello there! I’m a sentient bipedal amniote from the Orion arm of the Milky Way.

I’m also presently a student of Biology at the University of Texas at Austin. I’m of South Indian extraction, but I’ve lived most of my life in the swarming metropolis of Dubai. I am a fierce reader of histories of all kinds: Military histories, Religious histories, Cosmic histories and – ofcourse – Evolutionary histories. This blog is an attempt at channelling my life-long obsession with the Evolutionary process into something that might be somewhat educational/interesting/amusing to the casual onlooker. Read the “Introduction” in the contents menu to learn more.
Have something to say? Drop me a line at arvind.pillai92@gmail.com . I welcome all feedback, constructive or otherwise.


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Comment by test2

Thank you for this informative blog. I am fascinated by the interaction between life and climate. Would you agree with my generalization: Permian climate change created the stem mammals as an adaptation and then, as things got hairy, climate change came close to destroying them (many forms anyway)? Or as I put it: climate change giveth and climate change taketh away (parphrasing bible)

Comment by hombredelatierra

Hi Arvind!This article is amazing!The title apt and interesting and the subject very informative and well presented.Wish you all the best!

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