Speaking Wednesday night at Harvard, James Watson, the co-discoverer of DNA, was asked by NPR's Robert Krulwich: "Can a gentle person do well in science?" His response: "Jesus would not have succeeded." Sad commentary, and it's the type of comment that you'd expect from Watson. But it's also somewhat disproved by the career of E.O. Wilson, who shared the stage with Watson that night. You can get more coverage of this conversation over at the NewScientist.