Kexts, or kernel extensions, expand the basic functionality of macOS’s Darwin kernel. They’re analogous to drivers under Windows, and they let the kernel communicate with your computer’s hardware. Most of the time these files require no maintenance. Show More Summary
January 16, 1832 the Beagle arrives at Santiago, Cape Verde Islands, and a young Charles Darwin went ashore exploring its geology.
A new study has used information theory techniques to analyse the order in which Charles Darwin read books through his career. By Christian Jarrett
Yesterday, Rep. Jim Himes (D-CT) introduced a resolution recognizing February 12, 2017 as "Darwin Day."
A tourism slogan for Australia’s Northern Territory has been declared obscene. For those unfamiliar with Australia, it’s located in North Central Australia and its capital is Darwin. Crocodile Dundee‘s “Walkabout Creek” was in the Northern Territory. Continue reading Australian Tourism Slogan Ruled Obscene...
In honor of Charles Darwin's 208th birthday on February 12, an atheist is asking churches to invite science advocates to speak to their congregations.
Highlights Biofilm- and diet-mediated effects of acidification and warming on barnacle larval settlement. Acidification had no direct effect but had cascading effect on settlement via biofilm-mediated changes. Warming either alone or in combination with acidification had direct negative effect on settlement. Show More Summary
Officer Ruben De Los Santos is a school resource officer who can be seen in the below video, slamming 15-year-old Jasmine Darwin to the ground. Because of the force that De Los Santos used to pick up Jasmine and then slam Darwin to the ground, the video is getting lots of attention — and Ruben... Show More Summary
Last minute nominee for a Darwin Award.
“THE PERFECT METAPHOR FOR THE MEDIA IN 2016:” Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold in the running for Darwin Award after shooting self in the eye with toy gun: When I came home from my last TV hit [reporting on Trump], the kids, ages 4 and 5 months, were asleep. The house was quiet. I was […]
Did Charles Darwin's thirst for skulls contribute to the near-extinction of the Aboriginal Tasmanian people? If you believe certain creationists, Darwin sought examples of Tasmanian skulls in order to prove that this unfortunate race was a 'missing link' between humans and apes. Show More Summary
Within the salty lakes of the Bahama's San Salvador Island is an amazing diversity of fishes that may rival Charles Darwin's finches in the Galapagos.
“We will not stop welcoming in the stranger, because death is not the last word,” stated Pastor Cress Darwin, following the June 17, 2015 massacre at Emmanuel African Methodist Church.
Matt Simon's new book explores a bestiary of evolution's nastiest critters that even Darwin couldn't embrace.
Follow in the footsteps of Charles Darwin on this holiday to the Antarctic
We know that since Charles Darwin's time. Based on observations made during the Beagle's voyage, he correctly formulated that sinking islands start to be fringed by rings of coral reefs, leading to atoll formation.
These magnificently bearded men both introduced a dose of randomness and irreversibility into the universe
Donga shows in Darwin, Australia, choro deep cuts in Rio, and shipping-container electronica in Brooklyn.
Darwin's bark spiders are hands down the best spiders: they make giant webs that can span 25-meter-wide rivers, their silk is one of the strongest materials known to man, and, according to this study, male Darwin's bark spiders give their mates oral sex. Show More Summary