In books and on screen, lots of famous names have had run-ins with Nessie, from Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Who to, most recently Asterix the Gaul.
The percentage of Americans who believe in God, heaven and miracles decreased in the last several years, according to poll results released Monday, while the percentage of people who believe in Darwin's theory of evolution is on the rise.
If you place yourself at the intersection of social groups, you'll have more ideas and more opportunities. While ideas may appear to be only in your head, it turns out they're super social: Darwin talked about evolution for decades before publishing the Origin of Species. Show More Summary
A new PAC backs six candidates, including backers of a national "Darwin Day" resolution.
Scientists have found organics from Earth's swamp trapped inside of glass created by a meteor impact almost a million years ago. The tiny pockets, only micrometers across, contain material such as cellulose and proteins. Though the impact glass was found...
When journalist and feminist activist Caroline Criado-Perez successfully campaigned to replace British author Jane Austen with Charles Darwin on the £10 bill, she found herself the target of Twitter trolls who have now been arrestedShow More Summary
It happens even to the best of us...Charles Darwin in letter to friend: "But I am very poorly today and very stupid and hate everyone and everything." pic.twitter.com/kxVLsu8C8Y— Lindsey Fitzharris (@ChirurgeonsAppr) December 16, 2013 [ Comment on this story ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
A book by Charles Darwin charting the expedition that led to his theory of evolution will join printed books, maps, works on paper and original artwork in Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions sale of Antiquarian Books. The book, which once belonged to the explorer?s cabin mate John Lort Stokes on H.M.S. Show More Summary
Three new, outstanding, and well-researched books, "Behemoth, The History of Elephants in America", "Bleating Hearts: The Hidden World of Animal Suffering", and "After Darwin: Animals, Emotions, and the Mind", are well worth the read. read more
What happens when persistence gets curdled by perfectionism? A look at how The Boss, Franz Kafka, Woody Allen, and Darwin faced their artistic demons and published.
Jetstar is making sensible responses to commercial pressures, rather than the Qantas group crisis and the much wider matters of its management failures
Darwin, the Japanese macaque who captured hearts and mind across the globe after getting lost in an Ikea parking lot, is reportedly "growing into a healthy, confident adolescent" at the Story Book Farm Primate Sanctuary — the place he was moved to after being confiscated from his owners by Canadian officials. Read more...
Want to spice up your tree with some super stupendous ornaments? Our new ornaments for 2013 are the Lederhosen Unicorn (sassy!), Krampus (naughty!), Santa Pickle (briny!), Creepy Horse Head (stop staring at me!) and Charles Darwin (evolutionary!). Show More Summary
Today marks the one-year anniversary of one of the greatest and tiniest memes in recent memory, the beloved Ikea Monkey.
"Darwin also has a Curious George stuffed monkey that he takes to a tub for a bath." "Clutching a jagged hacksaw while staring unblinkingly from his black ski mask, a terrifying figure has reportedly been selling dead trees to passersby … Continue reading ?
When I learned that my last book The End of Business as Usual was selected for distribution in Japan, I felt that something more than mere translation was needed to help its message resonate with those who read it. In fact, I paused development of my latest book What’s the Future of Business to revisit [...]
Yoda/Mohandas Gandhi Han Solo/Abraham Lincoln C-3PO/Steve Jobs Wicket Wystri Warrick/Michael Jackson Chewbacca/Charles Darwin Is there a medium that Mike Leavitt won't try? We've previously seen his ceramic teapots made to resemble notorious murderers and landscapes painted on pennies. Show More Summary
A new study on worldwide crocodilian attacks was launched at Charles Darwin University in Darwin, Australia today. The aptly named CrocBITE group hopes to help with the ongoing and future conservation of these species. Part of the study will deal with...
PULLMAN, Wash.-For more than a century and a half, researchers interested in invasive species have looked to Charles Darwin and what has come to be called his "naturalization conundrum." If an invader is closely related to species in a new area, he wrote in his landmark The Origin of Species, it should find a more welcoming habitat. Show More Summary