or why the future of Biology is exciting, computational, and in my closet.. Ten extinct beasts that could walk the Earth again “Tigers and Lions and Bears” or maybe “SaberTooths, Woolly Mammoths, and Dodos”. Could a charismatic megafaunal reality show Continue reading 3 links for the Biology and Medicine types
Yes , I need one of these! Via Many-to-Many we have a summury of daniel pink’s on book “A Whole New Mind” (March 24, 2005) as presented at the SXSW Interactive conference. His key thesis is that the future no Continue reading A Whole New Mind
A very good read : Evolution: It’s Only a Theory, But One Worth Teaching. The theory of gravitation is a powerful explanation of how objects interact in space-time. Its heritage goes back to Kepler’s description of planetary motion based upon Continue reading Evolution: It’s Only a Theory, But One Worth Teaching
Charles Robert Darwin was born February 12, 1809; he published On the Origin of Species at age 50. To help celebrate check the “Darwin Day Celebration” web site for an event in your area. Or you could bake Trilobite Cookies!(Via Continue reading Happy Darwin Day !
In Where d’you get those peepers, Richard Dawkins rebutles Creationist (and intelligent design) claims that organs like eyes are too complex to have evolved naturally. Category: Evolution