Darwin’s Top 10 Arguments Against His Own Theory
In its youth the flat-fish is symmetrical with one eye on each side. However, as the body matures, one eye “begins to glide slowly round the head.”
Ant Navigation Fascinates Engineers
Eric Cassell asks, “How did these complex programmed behaviors originate?” The question deserves a better answer than, “They evolved.”
Fossil Friday: Miocene Aardvarks and the Abrupt Origin of Tubulidentata
So much about the congruence of anatomical and genetic similarity predicted by Darwin’s theory.
Are Plants Conscious? Science Writer Says Yes
Annaka Harris, neuroscience and physics writer, starts by casting doubt on human consciousness.
How Frogs and Fish “Count”
We’re beginning to find out more about how animals that don’t really “think” much can keep track of numbers, when needed.