Tag: Nature Communications
Yes, a “Host of Machines” Are at Work in the Cell
Here are more cellular machines to dazzle us with their moving parts and functions.
Fossil Friday: A Croc Smile from the Cretaceous
Ubiquitous discontinuities contradict the gradualist predictions of Darwin’s theory and thus should count as empirical falsifications of that theory.
Dandelions, Darwin’s Bark Spider, and More: No Shortage of Biological Wonders
Those of us who find purpose in biology instead of random tinkering will not run out of material to get excited about any time soon.
Lateral Line: A “Sixth Sense” for Fish (And Other Cool Tricks)
What’s remarkable is that this organ constitutes an analog-to-digital converter, as pressure waves (analog) are converted to electrical signals.
Brian Miller: From Non-Life to Life via Natural Forces Alone? Nope
Steven Novella, a scientist committed to puncturing science hype, seems to have fallen for the hype surrounding this laboratory work.