The phrase my Biology teacher used to say to try to make himself look smart.
It is considered false by most professional evolutionists and biologists, however many high school biology text books still offer it as evidence for evolution. It claims that each embryo in its development passes through abbreviated stages that resemble developmental stages of its evolutionary ancestors.
It was first proposed by Ernst Haeckel about a century ago. Experimental morphologists and biologists have shown that there is not a one-to-one correspondence between phylogeny and ontogeny.
"When you go home and your parents ask you what you learned today, tell them Ontogeny Recapitulates Phylogeny" - Mr. Hanson
Short for Flat Assembler. It was written by Thomasz Grysztar and "is a fast assembly language compiler for the Intel Architecture processors, which does multiple passes to optimize the size of generated machine code. It is self-compilable and versions for different operating systems are provided."
Fasm allows me to put code, data, and imports into the same section of my win32 program!