A question is whether such mechanisms exist in more ancient brain regions of other animals. A new study has identified a self-location mechanism in zebrafish.
We’re beginning to find out more about how animals that don’t really “think” much can keep track of numbers, when needed.
Two evolutionists make a stunning admission: the human eye is not poorly engineered, after all.
In our current episode of let’s-allow-baby-killing, an Australian bioethicist named Walter Veit comes to the defense of infanticide.
According to evolutionary biologist Thomas Cavalier-Smith, the idea that DNA contains all the information needed to make an organism “is simply false.”