It’s time to culturally stigmatize the classic over-watered, over-fertilized, over-mowed American lawn.
Source: Lawns are the No. 1 irrigated ‘crop’ in America. They need to die. | Grist
Human behavior is a function of both nature and nurture. This, of course, extends to politics.Hence, researchers have shown that, on average, the brains of conservative authoritarians as compared to liberals are quite different from one another. For example, conservative authoritarians are more
Source: Racism and the brain: A cognitive neuroscientist explains how the world moved right – Alternet.org
The story addresses the way Rees has been in the background of creative thinkers in biology who are grappling with what we now know. Non-Darwinian things.
Source: Astronomer Martin Rees reacts to Suzan Mazur’s Darwin Overthrown | Uncommon Descent
A new study provides the first evidence of transitive inference, the ability to use known relationships to infer unknown relationships, in a nonvertebrate animal: the lowly paper wasp.
Source: Paper wasps capable of behavior that resembles logical reasoning — ScienceDaily
The drying up of new antibiotics because companies now no longer see development as profitable highlights a usually well-hidden scandal
Source: Science and Society Who owns antibiotics? | Morning Star
The enigma of world? Historians are notable for organized stupidity and are determined it seems to be blind to the real dynamics of world history. Can we at least recommend a look to these ostriche…
Source: An ‘eonic manifesto’? – Darwiniana