Cells from a billion years ago remarkably preserved 

If researchers find cells in a really clear state of preservation, who will be surprised if it turns out that they are a lot like modern cells but somehow that fact doesn’t point to anything. Darwinism, after all, can just happen in the twinkling of an eye…

Source: Cells from a billion years ago remarkably preserved | Uncommon Descent

Damage to the ozone layer and climate change forming feedback loop: New report finds that impacts of ozone-driven climate change span the ecosystem 

Increased solar radiation penetrating through the damaged ozone layer is interacting with the changing climate, and the consequences are rippling through the Earth’s natural systems, effecting everything from weather to the health and abundance of sea mammals like seals and penguins.

Source: Damage to the ozone layer and climate change forming feedback loop: New report finds that impacts of ozone-driven climate change span the ecosystem — ScienceDaily

Animals’ brain activity ‘syncs’ during social interactions 

Egyptian fruit bats and mice, respectively, can ‘sync’ brainwaves in social situations. The synchronization of neural activity in the brains of human conversation partners has been shown previously, as a result of one person picking up social cues from the other and modulating their own behavior based on those cues. These studies suggest that something similar occurs when animals engage in natural social interactions.

Source: Animals’ brain activity ‘syncs’ during social interactions — ScienceDaily