Tag: Proceedings of the Royal Society B
Evolution’s Circular Web of Self-Referencing Literature
The formula goes like this: 1. Evolution is true. 2. Here’s how it must have happened. 3. Look, yet more proof of evolution.
A Closer Look at Hummingbird Tongue Design
Did evolutionary theory contribute anything to this study? The authors speculate briefly about “co-evolution” of flowers and their pollinators.
Michael Egnor on Animal Generosity
The failure to understand the gulf that separates humans from animals, and humans from machines, is a source of confusion to rival almost any other.
Origin of Long-Distance Running — More Evolution by Breaking Things
A central problem for theories of unguided evolution has always been the challenge of building complex biological novelties.
Facial Symmetry, and Soulless Darwinism
Rude remarks and hurt feelings at a holiday party may seem a trivial matter. Yet this vignette is very telling.