Tag: Science (journal)
Repair Trust in Science? In Science Magazine, Forrest Mims Replies
Charles Darwin is an example of a brilliant scientist who was nonetheless an imperfect human with some false ideas.
Should We Give Nature “Rights”? A Premier Science Journal Says Yes
The text is too long to present here, so I will give one example: the “right to evolve.” The authors note that “evolution” has many meanings.
Uracil Discovered on Asteroid Ryugu — What Does It Mean for the Origin of Life?
These Ryugu samples appear to be our first chance to examine which organic compounds may be produced in a prebiotic setting in our solar system.
Engineering Language Enters Biology — The Case of the Endosome
An automated engineering system presupposes a designer with foresight and a mind that understands how to make things work.
The Role of Learning in the Honey Bee Waggle Dance
Learning is largely a programmed behavior, governed by a type of algorithm, particularly for animals with limited cognitive ability.