Is it reasonable that two populations would independently hit on an adaptation by chance?
Don’t kick sand in the face of a wildebeest by joking that it looks like it was made by a committee. It might flex its muscles and charge.
A new statistical study of impacts on the moon concludes that the appearance of an increase was an artifact of biased sampling.
Living things are on the move everywhere. Why do some of them go to great lengths to migrate, while others stay put?
Here’s a fresh twist on efforts to evade a debate about design in nature by associating ID with tendencies in thought that many people find disreputable.