What made humans ‘the fat primate’? Changes in DNA packaging curbed our body’s ability to turn ‘bad’ fat into ‘good’ fat 

How did humans get to be so much fatter than our closest primate relatives, despite sharing 99% of the same DNA? A new study suggests that part of the answer may have to do with an ancient molecular shift in how DNA is packaged inside fat cells, which curbed our body’s ability to turn ‘bad’ white fat into ‘good’ brown fat.

Source: What made humans ‘the fat primate’? Changes in DNA packaging curbed our body’s ability to turn ‘bad’ fat into ‘good’ fat — ScienceDaily

Paley’s Ghost speaks out: the problem of [neo-]darwinist evolutionary incrementalism 

One of the common weak arguments against the design inference on functionally specific, complex organisation and/or associated information (FSCO/I, a functional form of specified complexity) is the idea that body-plan level macro-evolution is “simply” the accumulation of lots and lots of micro-evolu

Source: Paley’s Ghost speaks out: the problem of [neo-]darwinist evolutionary incrementalism | Uncommon Descent

Where will evolution take us in the Fourth Industrial Revolution? | World Economic Forum

The study of evolution allows us to reconstruct the past and to understand how life evolved from simple to complex organisms. Evolutionary reasoning can help us make sense of the biggest questions in science, from the origin of the universe to the inner workings of the human brain.

Source: Where will evolution take us in the Fourth Industrial Revolution? | World Economic Forum

How to produce natural gas while storing carbon dioxide — ScienceDaily

New research shows that injecting air and carbon dioxide into methane ice deposits buried beneath the Gulf of Mexico could unlock vast natural gas energy resources while helping fight climate change by trapping the carbon dioxide underground.

Source: How to produce natural gas while storing carbon dioxide — ScienceDaily