450-million-year-old sea creatures had a leg up on breathing: First evidence of trilobites’ bizarre breathing organs uncovered — ScienceDaily

A new study has found the first evidence of sophisticated breathing organs in 450-million-year-old sea creatures. Contrary to previous thought, trilobites were leg breathers, with structures resembling gills hanging off their thighs.

Source: 450-million-year-old sea creatures had a leg up on breathing: First evidence of trilobites’ bizarre breathing organs uncovered — ScienceDaily

 The strange cancel culture of Darwin fanatics backfires on the whole profession of biologists, caught in a closed mindset – 1848+: The End(s) of History

The data of the eonic effect in world history gives us one of the few direct observations of ‘evolution’ that we have, albeit of civilizations. But the evolution of man in deep time mos…

Source:  The strange cancel culture of Darwin fanatics backfires on the whole profession of biologists, caught in a closed mindset – 1848+: The End(s) of History

What Netflix’s Seaspiracy Gets Wrong 

Don’t let the title of this review fool you. The new (awfully named) polemical documentary Seaspiracy, now streaming on Netflix, gets a lot right, but its shortcomings undermine its potential positive influence. Following the journey of 27-year-old director Ali Tabrizi as he explores what the hell is going on with our oceans, we are informed, More

Source: What Netflix’s Seaspiracy Gets Wrong – CounterPunch.org

How humans develop larger brains than other apes –

A new study is the first to identify how human brains grow much larger, with three times as many neurons, compared with chimpanzee and gorilla brains. The study identified a key molecular switch that can make ape brain organoids grow more like human organoids, and vice versa.

Source: How humans develop larger brains than other apes — ScienceDaily