Think of it: from computers to airplanes to life-giving medicines, the technological marvels of our world were made possible by this human use of fire.
It’s just one of many historical instances of experts clinging to an old paradigm in the face of contrary scientific evidence they don’t like.
Join host Kutter Callaway as he investigates developments about the evolution of life and what these may mean for humanity’s search for purpose.
From May 22-31, the Center for Science & Culture is running a film festival. Today we feature a video hosted by historian of science Michael Keas.
Even compared to each other, the genomes of three cephalopods studied had been broken up and extensively reorganized.