Epigenetic Biotimer Revealed in Flowers
What goes into getting a flower to develop on a stem is mind-boggling, reports a Darwin-free paper.
#9 Story of 2022: New Mode of Flight Found in Tiny Beetle
A millimeter-sized beetle flies efficiently with feathery wings and a beat mode not seen before. Did it evolve by natural selection?
Fossil Friday: Moniopterus — Snake, Beetle, or Mollusk?
Scientists are only humans and many of them see what they want to see. Fossils often leave a lot of room for wild imagination and wishful thinking.
If Octopuses Are So Smart, Should We Eat Them?
We have tended to assume that intelligence rose with the development of a spinal cord and brain (vertebrates), and warmbloodedness (mammals and birds).
Miracle of Man: The Problem of Phosphorus
To complete the argument for prior fitness of the elements for our Privileged Species, we must deal with the availability of another essential element.