Tag: University of Warwick
Let’s Sing the Body Electric
The emerging science of “bioelectricity” is opening new vistas into the electrical energy powering our nerves, organs, and tissues.
Darwin Wept: Cambrian Brains and Other Challenges for Evolution
Whenever you find papers and articles dealing with the Cambrian fossil record in the usual science journals, there are commonalities.
Read Carefully, Nature News Conspires to Refute Darwinism
The kingfisher bird has to dive after fish rapidly without busting its beak. Japanese scientists looked into the physics of this, and redesigned the noses of their bullet trains.
Sociologist Steve Fuller: How ID Foxes Can Beat the Darwinian Lions
University of Warwick sociologist Steve Fuller is one of the few researchers in his field who knows much about intelligent design and the controversy it ignites.
Researchers Find that in Cells, Trains Run on Time
Man-made railways can’t come close to the efficiency and flexibility of those at work inside your body right now.