A key component of the Gulf Stream has markedly slowed over the past century — that’s the conclusion of a new research paper.
Source: Florida current is weaker now than at any point in the past century — ScienceDaily
Rats and bats that host pandemic pathogens like Covid-19 increase in damaged ecosystems, analysis shows
Source: Deadly diseases from wildlife thrive when nature is destroyed, study finds | Environment | The Guardian
Decoding_World_History version 11 This is a new version of Decoding World History, still a bit ragged, but the material needs to be out in the open as soon as possible. This is a generalized perspe…
Source: Decoding World History version 11 – 1848+: The End(s) of History
When we say someone has a quick mind, it may be in part thanks to our expanded cerebellum that distinguishes human brains from those of macaque monkeys, for example. High-resolution imaging shows the cerebellum is 80 percent of the area of the cortex, indicating it has grown as human behavior and cognition evolved.
Source: ‘Little brain’ or cerebellum not so little after all — ScienceDaily
A modest proposal to teach evolution the way Darwin treated his own theory has “no support” from one of the world’s most powerful scientific organizations.
Source: To Avoid Debate, Darwinists at the AAAS Would Even Censor…Darwin | Evolution News
How we worked out when whales first evolved asymmetrical skulls.
Source: Mysterious evolution of wonky whale skulls | Earth | EarthSky
Geological evidence suggests the known dinosaur groups diverged early on, supporting the traditional dinosaur family tree.
Source: Study sheds light on the evolution of the earliest dinosaurs — ScienceDaily
Detailed computer simulations have found that a cosmic contraction can generate features of the universe that we observe today.
Source: Big Bounce Simulations Challenge the Big Bang | Quanta Magazine