A young paleontologist may have discovered a record of the most significant event in the history of life on Earth.
Source: The Day the Dinosaurs Died | The New Yorker
“Climate change is going to kill a lot of people. Mosquito-borne diseases are going to be a big way that happens.”
Source: Climate Crisis Could Expose Half a Billion More People to Tropical Mosquito-Borne Diseases by 2050
Sexual conflict, and sexual selection in general could conceivably turn out to be so “complicated” that, while it usually makes a difference when it occurs, it does not point in any particular direction for evolution.
Source: Study challenges theory that sexual conflict is a driver of speciation | Uncommon Descent
Scientists decoded the genome of the popular Okinawan seaweed ‘umi-budo’ or ‘sea grapes,’ which could help ease the crop’s cultivation and address environmental issues caused by the invasive spread of related species.
Source: Sea grapes reveal secrets of plant evolution — ScienceDaily
Global warming is a fact of life that haunts society with consequences that hit hard, exponentially, but where nobody lives. It is happening hyper fast, and
Source: The Coldest Spot on Earth, Melting
Cardona: I shall attempt to demonstrate that these three ideas are often grounded in incorrect assumptions built on more assumptions with no experimental or observational support.
Source: Researcher: Origin of photosynthesis founded on “incorrect assumptions” | Uncommon Descent