I am so sensitive, I cry frequently. I am so soft, I cannot kill a cockroach. But very few things boil my blood like hoaxes and harmful conspiracy theories. It can take days to write all the points to refute one, yet the burden of proof is not on the one spreading such claims, but … Continue reading Of Hoaxes and Conspiracy Theories
In experiments on pig organs, scientists at Yale made a discovery that could someday challenge our understanding of what it means to die. — Read on http://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/02/magazine/dead-pig-brains-reanimation.html
In Earth’s icy fringes, bacteria, moss and nematodes are bearing life anew. — Read on http://www.washingtonpost.com/science/ancient-life-awakens-amid-thawing-ice-caps-and-permafrost/2019/07/05/335281f8-7108-11e9-9f06-5fc2ee80027a_story.html
A cache of microscopic fossils from the Arctic hints that fungi evolved long before plants. — Read on http://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/22/science/fungi-fossils-plants.html
A while back my brother was mentioning that one of his friends slept for only a few hours a night, and she didn’t understand the importance of sleep or how our body’s cellular clock works. Around that time I was doing some readings on the circadian rhythm, so figured to write a blog about the … Continue reading The Importance of Sleep
A few weeks back a friend asked me if I believed in creationism or evolution. I did not answer because I do not think that a simple "yes or no" answer, without context, really answers something that is as complicated and controversial as this topic. There are many good and intelligent people who do not … Continue reading Evolution or Creationism?
definitely one of the best description of the theory of evolution. thing is, folks who understand it will keep posting this. folks who don't understand it will never watch this. c'est la vie...because really, homo sapiens is the 'best' a 'designer' could do... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZt1Gn0R22Q
Novel genetic patterns may make us rethink biology and individuality.