Tag: Macquarie University
Fossil Friday: Nectocaris, the Impossible Squid
Paleontology sometimes seems like a kind of imaginative Rorschach test with the flattened fauna of roadkill.
Can Insects Be Conscious? Let’s Look at Bees First
It is important to qualify what “consciousness” means when we are talking about bees.
The “Surprisingly Consistent” Answer to the Question: Are We Alone in the Universe?
The firm belief in extraterrestrial life — a belief nearly universal in the scientific community — is an act of faith.