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Hello, Transhumanism

Hello, transhumanism! I never heard of this word until a couple of weeks ago. A new ideology or a re-packaging of one that is centuries old? Hello, Transhumanism What is That? Transhumanism. A word that is new to me. Where did I hear of it? Over two...
by AllLivesAreSacred.com on Oct 5, 2016

DNA from the human embryo has been modified by a Swedish researcher

Although human embryo gene alteration in a series of debates started last year, a Swedish researcher conducted intervention for the first time in history.For the first time, Lanner Friedrike began to alter gene in healthy human embryo. Lanner hope to...
by Potent Scientia Est on Sep 24, 2016

The relationship between animals and their offspring: Ten extraordinary images

Animal kingdom can often be a ruthless place, but the images below show that in some cases, the link between  parents is as close as that between people.Scientists divide animals into two categories, depending on the way they grow chickens: R an...
by Potent Scientia Est on Sep 22, 2016

Is a skull, but whose? Beneath new annex school St Alcuin Montessori in north Dallas

While attending the excavations required the rise of a new annex school St Alcuin Montessori in north Dallas, USA, David Evans, an employee of an American company building, dug up last week, a skull mystery of soil that will be materialized project .
by Potent Scientia Est on Sep 21, 2016

The most interesting 10 species of animals in 2016

An international committee of biologists chose the most interesting species described in 2016The most interesting10 species described in 2016 were designated as "International Institute for Species Exploration" and a committee of biologists and natur...
by Potent Scientia Est on Sep 21, 2016

The Quick Non-Evolution of the Tasmanian Devil

Sarcophilus harrisii. Image courtesy of Mike Lehmann, Creative Commons (CC BY-SA 3.0). Joel Kontinen Perhaps best known as a fierce cartoon character, the Tasmanian devil (Sarcophilus harrisii) has for decades been on the verge of extinction.
by Joel Kontinen on Sep 6, 2016

Darwin’s Abominable Mystery Is Good for Us

Darwin didn’t understand their origin, but they’re good for us. Joel Kontinen Charles Darwin called the origin of flowering plants an abominable mystery that was difficult to account for by his theory. Flowers do appear suddenly and fully f...
by Joel Kontinen on Sep 2, 2016

3 Aplikasi Aransemen Lagu Terbaik Di Hp Android

Saat ini smartphone bisa dibilang telah menjadi sebuah perangkat yang berfungsi sebagai penunjang gaya hidup. Meski demikian, beberapa pengguna justru dapat menggunakan perangkat tersebut untuk meningkatkan produktivitasnya. Sementara pengguna-penggu...

Tiniest Grazing Mammal Defies Darwinian Explanations

Pig-footed bandicoot (Chaeropus ecaudatus). Image courtesy of John Gould, public domain. Joel Kontinen The pig-footed bandicoot (Chaeropus ecaudatus) was last seen alive in the 1950s, but it still causes problems for orthodox Darwinian thinking.
by Joel Kontinen on Aug 31, 2016

Learning abstract concepts. Being humans.

The human brain was initially used for basic survival tasks, such as staying safe and hunting and gathering. Yet, 200,000 …Continue reading →...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Aug 30, 2016

Evolving in Place

Envy is not a word I would use to describe how I feel about those trying to piece together the earliest stages of humanity. Evolution, naturally, is a given. Once beyond that, however, the landscape gets dicey. Clive Finlayson is … Continue rea...

Cuttlefish Can Count: Amazingly Intelligent Creatures Defy Darwinian Expectations

The common cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis). Image courtesy of Hans Hillewaert, Creative Commons (CC BY-SA 4.0). Joel Kontinen Cuttlefish are cunning creatures. They can stop breathing to evade predators, and they are the true champions of steal...
by Joel Kontinen on Aug 29, 2016

Environment Trumps Mutations in Madagascar Carp

Cyprinus carpio. Image courtesy of Alexander Francis Lydon, public domain. Joel Kontinen If Darwinists insist on describing the changes occurring in the common carp (Cyprinus carpio) as evolution, then it certainly is not of the Darwinian varie...
by Joel Kontinen on Aug 27, 2016

Environment Trumps Mutations in Madagascar Carps

Cyprinus carpio. Image courtesy of Alexander Francis Lydon, public domain. Joel Kontinen If Darwinists insist on describing the changes occurring in the common carp (Cyprinus carpio) as evolution, then it certainly is not of the Darwinian varie...
by Joel Kontinen on Aug 27, 2016

Moving Headlong Toward The Dark Ages

Baltimore to Ignore Behavior and Homework in School GradingThe coming dark age: The Baltimore school system this week revealed that it is ordering its teachers to ignore student behavior and not count homework in determining school grades. And what c...
by Diogenes' Middle Finger on Aug 24, 2016

Dictator 2: Evolution 1.3.6 APK

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by APK4Market.com on Aug 24, 2016

Dictator 2: Evolution 1.3.5 APK

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by APK4Market.com on Aug 23, 2016

Five-Eyed Aliens: Evolution and Imagination

Might space aliens look a bit like Opabinia regalis? Image courtesy of Nobu Tamura, Creative Commons (CC BY 3.0). Joel Kontinen A new article in The Conversation speculates on what aliens might look like. Matthew Willis, Professor of Evolutionar...
by Joel Kontinen on Aug 23, 2016

Rio 2016: Long Distance Running Is a Darwinian Enigma

Fabienne St Louis (seen here in 2011) took part in the women’s triathlon in Rio despite a cancer diagnosis. Image courtesy of MartinPutz, Creative Commons (CC BY-SA 3.0). Joel Kontinen Some animal rights activists seem to think that chimpanzee...
by Joel Kontinen on Aug 21, 2016

Nanotyrannus: The Dino That Never Existed – And What It Implies for Noah’s Ark

Image courtesy of Conty, Creative Commons (CC BY 3.0). Joel Kontinen In 2003, palaeontologists from the Burpee Museum of Natural History in Illinois unearthed a dinosaur they thought looked like a tiny cousin of Tyrannosaurus rex. Half the size...
by Joel Kontinen on Aug 19, 2016


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