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A Renowned Evolutionist Follows in the Footsteps of Charles Darwin

<< Back to the 2016 Bucket List Brown University biology professor KENNETH MILLER is renowned as an eloquent advocate for the theory of evolution, but he didn’t have an opportunity to visit the Galápagos Islands—where Charles DarwinShow More Summary

For Second Straight Year, Delaware Governor Issues Darwin Day Proclamation

Delaware Governor Jack Markell has once again issued a proclamation in honor of Darwin Day, recognize the accomplishments of Charles Darwin:

Osorno volcano hiking, Chile

trip report by besthike editor Rick McCharles What’s the best hike on or around Osorno? (11 eruptions recorded between 1575 and 1869) I wanted to ask Charles Darwin who had glimpsed the peak in January 1835. We headed first out … Continue reading ?

Exclusive: Darwin's Ancestor Attacks Climate Science Deniers For Appointing Great Naturalist As 'Honorary President'

You might have seen how climate science deniers like to compare themselves to scientific greats of the past to try to lend their arguments a degree of credibility. One of their favourites is Galileo, the great Italian astronomer andShow More Summary

Helen Mirren Suggests Darwin Award for Drunk Drivers This Super Bowl Sunday

In a Budweiser commercial set to air this Sunday during Super Bowl 50, Actress Helen Mirren, "a notoriously frank and uncensored British lady," offers a brutal tongue-lashing to those who choose to drive drunk -- summoning Charles Darwin himself to intervene with one of those gene-ending awards he's known for.

Make them talk about evolution: Why won’t a single Republican presidential candidate admit that Darwin’s right

They don't believe in science, and pander to evangelicals -- as a result, the Republicans remain a party of stupid

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Global plant conservation's phase one: The world checklist of hornworts and liverworts

Although Charles Darwin himself voiced his intention to compile a complete catalog of all known plant species more than a century ago, such is yet to be realized. However, an international research team now present the first ever worldwide...Show More Summary

Global plant conservation's phase one: The world checklist of hornworts and liverworts

Although it was Charles Darwin himself who more than a century ago voiced his intention to support a complete catalogue of all known plant species, such is yet to be realised. In the present paper, however, an international researchShow More Summary

Charles Darwin And The Search For Extraterrestrial Life

Did Charles Darwin think that life on Earth evolved in space?

How The Masses Deal With Risk (And Why They Remain Poor)

By Chris at Last week I discussed how humans are wired to pay attention to scary things. In financial speak: risk. Darwinism has chastised those who ignore risk by rewarding them with an early grave, and by process of elimination rewarded those who stay out of the cross hairs. Show More Summary

Physics: It's A Marvelous Thing (CBD)

Risking your life for physics.— The Darwin Awards (@AwardsDarwin) January 30, 2016 Did anyone have a physics instructor who would climb a ladder where a pendulum with a heavy weight was secured, then allow the pendulum to swing away....and...

Behold The Magnificent Cloud Penis

For cloud-penis followers, this is heaven. NT News in Darwin, Australia, reported this phallic formation on Thursday. MAJESTIC ‘SKY PENIS’ SPOTTED... APPROPRIATELY... OVER @TheNTNews OFFICES — The NT News (@TheNTNews)...Show More Summary

Cosmic Evolution: The Known, the Unknown, and the Unknowable

In many of my posts over the years, I have defended an evolutionary classical liberalism, which I see as a tradition of thought that stretches from David Hume and Adam Smith to Herbert Spencer and Charles Darwin and to Friedrich Hayek and Matt Ridley. Show More Summary

Mating behavior in the natural world contradicts Darwin’s idea that females make the decisions, researchers find

A provocative study by evolutionary biologists takes on one of Charles Darwin’s central ideas: that males adapt and compete for the attention of females because it is the females who ultimately choose their mates and the time of mat...

Why scientists now think biological evolution itself is intelligent

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Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution offers an explanation for why biological organisms seem so well designed to live on our planet. This process is typically described as “unintelligent” – based on random variations with no direction. But despite its success, some oppose this theory because they...

Behold Your Roosting Chickens

[Content Note: Bigotry; wedge politics; scapegoating.]Once upon a time, the Republican Party hid its despicable platform of bigotry and social Darwinism behind a thin veil of claimed decency. They were the "Party of Moral Values," the...Show More Summary

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