Death: The Final Frontier
Up until about fifty years ago, the final common pathway to death, no matter the cause, was cardiopulmonary arrest.
Revisionism About Kevorkian and His Purposes Won’t Stop
Time is the latest journalistic offender, with a piece looking back at the magazine’s historical stories.
How Man Solves the Problem of Being a Multi-Cellular Organism
A single-celled organism is like a microscopic island of life, in that it can get what it needs to live from the surrounding water.
On World Down Syndrome Day, Honor Our Brothers and Sisters — but Note, Too, a Dereliction of Duty
I searched the WDSD website, and found not one mention of eugenic abortion that kills 90 percent of Down babies in the US.
Take a Deep Breath: Cellular Respiration
Because it must follow the rules, the cell needs many different innovations to be able to take control.