Category: Life Sciences
Fossil Friday: Flowering Plants — Darwin’s Abominable Mystery
Flowering plants or angiosperms appear abruptly in the fossil record of the Lower Cretaceous (about 130 million years ago).
Two-Headed Tortoise with Two Personalities?
Many would be surprised to learn that either head had any personality at all, and yet…
Armed Forces in the Cell Keep DNA Healthy
Science reporters struggle for metaphors to describe the complex operations they see going on in the cell.
Is There Enough Phosphorus for Us?
The element phosphorus, on which life heavily depends for its codes and metabolic processes, is a limiting factor for complex beings on habitable planets.
Researcher Says Plants May Be Conscious, Too
Paco Calvo has authored many papers in respected journals; his view is another instance of panpsychism overtaking materialism in science.