Tag: Continuing Series
Can You Hear Me Now? Good, Then Thank Your Irreducibly Complex Ears
Hearing is a mystery that nobody, not even evolutionary biologists, understands.
The Mystery of Vision
Without the right refractive power or eyeball diameter our earliest ancestors would have been as blind as bats.
The Neuromuscular System: Your Body’s Balancing Act
Let’s look at some of the ways the body acquires the information it needs about its external and internal environment.
Muscles and Nervous System: Keeping the Body Moving
To be able to sit and read this paragraph, your body must perform several actions all at once.
In Female Sexual Function, Irreducible Complexity and Natural Survival Capacity
I’ve already explained that the embryo is destined to become female unless chemicals swing into action to make it become a normal male.