Category: Life Sciences
Pushing Insect Welfare
Of course, we know that insects are not inanimate. A fly senses when you try to swat it.
Mapping the Pleiotropic Network of Human Cells
Genes and proteins are remarkably similar to natural-language words in a polyfunctional respect.
Postcard from Florida: When Tortoises Joust
This fellow was peacefully grazing by himself, unlike his pugilistic cousins nearby.
A Good Example of Evolutionary Use of Extremely Small Probability Singularities
How can you be certain, for instance, that you, horned lizards, and brook trout share a common chordate ancestor?
Venus Flytrap Takes a Bite Out of Darwinism
The evolutionary mechanism of natural selection selects for current function, not potential future function.