The discovery of REM sleep in spiders is morphing into vast claims that we have “urgent and inexorable ethical obligations” to them and other life forms.
A recent research article from Germany has made quite a splash in the popular media and raises some very interesting questions about animal minds.
Stephen Meyer examines the multiverse theory and why it fails to explain away the insistent evidence of a cosmic designer.
Gregory Retallack is a kind of maverick paleontologist, who endorses a fringe hypothesis that Ediacaran organisms were not marine but terrestrial lichens.
Researchers have long assumed that people think like animals. But now we see that the equation reads the same in reverse: animals think like people.