Darwinists have probably missed the point: evolution has a set of potential resources and they don’t revolve…
A study of spitting cobras reveals how a combination of venom components have evolved to create an instantly painful venom, not once, but on three separate occasions.
Source: Spitting Cobra venom reveals how evolution often finds the same answer to a common problem — ScienceDaily
The law has powerful provisions to protect animals, but, amid cozy relationships with developers, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service rarely acts.
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Decoding World History Final3xf_ED1 This is a very interesting article and an interesting challenge to explanation in the eonic model. I would consider its conclusions very seriously, but…A k…
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It’s hard to overstate how much of a game-changer it was when vertebrates first rose up from the waters and moved onshore about 390 million years ago. That transition led to the rise of the dinosaurs and all the land animals that exist today. “Being able to walk around on land essentially set the
Source: Harvard Scientists Reconstruct the Game-Changing Evolution From Fin-to-Limb in Early Tetrapods
Genetic rewiring could have driven an evolutionary explosion in the shapes, sizes and adaptations of cichlid fish, in East Africa’s answer to Darwin’s Galapagos finches.
Source: Genetic rewiring behind spectacular evolutionary explosion in East Africa — ScienceDaily
We report three major and confronting environmental issues that have received little attention and require urgent action. First, we review the evidence that future environmental conditions will be far more dangerous than currently believed. The scale of the threats to the biosphere and all its lifeforms — including humanity — is in fact so great that it is difficult to grasp for even well-informed experts. Second, we ask what political or economic system, or leadership, is prepared to handle the predicted disasters, or even capable of such action. Third, this dire situation places an extraordinary responsibility on scientists to speak out candidly and accurately when engaging with government, business, and the public. We especially draw attention to the lack of appreciation of the enormous challenges to creating a sustainable future. The added stresses to human health, wealth, and well-being will perversely diminish our political capacity to mitigate the erosion of ecosystem services on which society depends. The science underlying these issues is strong, but awareness is weak. Without fully appreciating and broadcasting the scale of the problems and the enormity of the solutions required, society will fail to achieve even modest sustainability goals.
Source: Frontiers | Underestimating the Challenges of Avoiding a Ghastly Future | Conservation Science
Throughout the world, scientists are speaking out like never before. They’re talking about an emergency situation of the health of the planet threatening “complex life,” including, by default, human life. It’s scary stuff. On this subject, America’s green NGOs prefer to address the danger by sticking to a middle ground, don’t scare people, too much More
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The fluttery flight of butterflies has so far been somewhat of a mystery to researchers, given their unusually large and broad wings relative to their body size. Now researchers have studied the aerodynamics of butterflies in a wind tunnel. The results suggest that butterflies use a highly effective clap technique, therefore making use of their unique wings. This helps them rapidly take off when escaping predators.
Source: Butterfly wing clap explains mystery of flight — ScienceDaily