Without Hemoglobin, How Do Icefish Survive the Cold? By Design
Icefish, aka the family Channichthydiae, survive at 0oC in the Southern Ocean by maintaining blood viscosity at the set point of 3.27 centipoise.
“Bacteria Are Incredible” — Here Are More Illustrations
Much of our plastic debris accumulates in the oceans where it collects in huge revolving garbage patches on the surface called gyres.
Wesley Smith on Transhumanism — A New Tower of Babel
Wesley has been fighting this fight almost single-handedly, as the media looks on in admiration at attempts to control evolution and usher in a secular New Jerusalem.
Court Takes Half-Step Toward Animals Suing
I know Judge Bea, who wrote this decision — and he’s no left-wing radical. So, I think the court is sending a warning.
In a TED Talk, Here’s the Question You May Not Ask
Riccardo Sabatini is charming. He has the TED style down (who teaches them all to talk that way?), and he deploys some memorable images.