The capabilities of animals to know their positions and make corrections seem beyond the abilities of coded instructions or brain size.
Here is a small, representative sampling of such claims over the past three centuries. These claims are not from science, but they drive science.
The ability to smell is one of the most complex of our senses. It requires sorting, analyzing, and sifting a torrent of input data quickly.
Many Americans reject evolution, a recent paper suggests, because they’re uninformed.