Tag: New Zealand
In U.S. and Europe, Gender Ideology as “Settled Science” Is Crumbling
In the U.S., an increasing number of states are passing laws or guidelines to protect children from potentially irreversible and life-shattering outcomes.
Meet the Ghostly Organisms that Rescue the Planet
A man was paddleboarding last month when he came across a mysterious creature three miles off the shoreline of California.
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).
Nature Communications Retroactively Concedes a Lack of Evidence for Darwinian Gradualism
Explaining the origin of complex phenotypic novelty is the million-dollar question in evolutionary biology.
The Remarkable Things We’re Learning About Bird Intelligence
These findings are only among birds that have actually been studied; most birds have not been studied for intelligence.