The brain assists the organization and recall of thoughts by segmenting them and associating them with stimuli. But who is doing the thinking?
It seems obvious: humans and chimps differ markedly. But as Wesley Smith noted yesterday, it is not so obvious to the editors of Human Evolution.
Darwinian fairy tales about prehistoric Neanderthal proclivities and modern psychology are obvious junk science.
A biologist in our network worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Harvard. He recounted how about a quarter of the postdocs he encountered were at least sympathetic to design arguments.
Another study of bird migration using geolocators finds fascinating new facts about social interactions during long-distance flights.