Tag: central nervous system
Got These Bad Habits? Blame Neanderthals!
Neanderthal man, long extinct as a separate human group, now explains why we smoke and drink to excess…
Fact Check: Hawaiian Silverswords Fail the Species Pair Challenge
Even though the differences appear superficially striking, they do not involve any novel body plans (i.e., no new proteins, new tissues, or new organs).
Darwin Wept: Cambrian Brains and Other Challenges for Evolution
Whenever you find papers and articles dealing with the Cambrian fossil record in the usual science journals, there are commonalities.
Are Human Brain Transplants Even Possible?
I believe the intelligent design perspective may offer insight into the peculiar inability of central nervous system tissue to regenerate.
A Crucial Design Difference in Vertebrate Nerves
Consideration of the basic characteristics of nerve impulse propagation suggests that the speed of conduction in mammals is close to the maximum possible.