Louisiana state Sen. John Milkovich appears to be the kind of Democrat who has been seen for quite a while — since William Jennings Bryan at the Scopes Monkey Trial — arguing at a meeting Tuesday night of the state Senate Education Committee for the scientific teaching and accuracy of the Bible...
In years to come, we may well look back at March 2016 as a pivotal time in the evolution of soccer. Not for anything that happened on the pitch, but on account of decisions made by the IFAB. The International Football Association Board (IFAB) met for its 130th annual meeting. The [...]
Apple tried out lots of different designs for the iPhone, according to concept photos in court documents from the Apple v. Samsung trial that recently ended. BGR has collected some photos that show the evolution of Apple's design process...Show More Summary
The Trials series is known for its ‘easter eggs’. Actually ‘easter eggs’ is underselling it somewhat. Trials HD had a riddle and Trials Evolution had a riddle so insane it can’t be solved this century. Now Trials Fusion is playing host to some seriously weird shit. More »
Facebook profiles for mobile are about to change — for some. In a limited trial for iOS users in California and the UK, Facebook is testing new controls and layout features. In what Facebook calls the “obvious evolution of profiles,” looping videos may be added instead of a profile picture. Show More Summary
On this day in 1925 in Dayton, Tennessee, the so-called "Monkey Trial" began with John T. Scopes, a young high school science teacher accused of teaching evolution in violation of the Butler Act.
The Driveclub PS Plus Edition saga is nearing its end. After months of delays, the trial version for PlayStation Plus subscribers released on the store yesterday only to be pulled. It was "premature," according to Evolution Studios. But tomorrow is the day. Show More Summary
If it hadn’t been for a famous trial 90 years ago next month, John Scopes might never have embarked on a 35-year career as a petroleum geologist. But whatever Scopes’ track record was at finding oil and gas, history has kept mum — because his stamp on the world came not from hydrocarbons but as […]
It’s taken three years, but four Trials Evolution fans have finally solved that crazy ARG riddle RedLynx has been torturing players with since 2012. Brad “Professor FatShady” Hill posted how the real-life scavenger hunt was cracked, and it was a rather convoluted process. The gist? Four boxes out of five have been found, and each […]
Astute readers may remember that Trials HD contained loads of cryptic easter eggs and fourth wall-breaking riddles. Naturally, developer RedLynx decided to continue this trend into 2012's Trials Evolution, only this time it's gotten much, much more ambitious. Show More Summary
After helping reveal and solve the original Trials Riddle, Brad Hill, AKA Professor FatShady, and an entire community of Trials fans have been hard at work trying to solve another riddle: the Trials Evolution riddle. This is the end result: a story that spans countries, continents and — crucially — time. Prepare to be amazed. Read more...
/PRNewswire/ -- Citeline(r), an Informa business unit, and the pharmaceutical industry's leading research authority on clinical trials, reported today that clinical trials in East Asia have increased dramatically over a recent 10 year period, driven primarily by local studies conducted by a single sponsor.
Check out this video of escort trials for KOTUG’s new hybrid tug, RT Evolution. Built by Damen Shipyards, RT Evolution is 32-meter hybrid next-generation ART80-32 Rotortug designed by Rotortug B.V. in the Netherlands and Robert Allan Ltd in Canada. Show More Summary
Ninety years ago today, John T. Scopes, a substitute teacher in Datyon, Tennessee, was arrested for teaching the theory of evolution, in violation of a recently passed state law. His case, the Scopes "Monkey" Trial, was the first "trial of the century." It pitted two great lawyers against each......
Yesterday I gave you the terrible yet awesome Mickey Rourke raps from Rogue Warrior to lull you through your Saturday. Sunday is a much worse deal. Read more...
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"Evolution built us to punish cheaters."Thus does Morris Hoffman begin his fascinating new book--The Punisher's Brain: The Evolution of Judge and Jury (Cambridge University Press, 2014). Hoffman is a trial judge in Denver, Colorado,Show More Summary
This essay is adapted from a piece originally printed in the March/April 2015 issue of Orion. Request a free trial issue of Orion here. To teach evolution at the University of Kentucky is to teach at an institution steeped in the history of defending evolution education. Show More Summary
The Rhea County Courthouse in Dayton, Tennessee is famous for hosting the legendary Scopes Monkey Trial in 1925. (Quick summary: Substitute teacher John Scopes was charged with teaching evolution, which was illegal in that state at the time. Show More Summary
Plus, TIME's original coverage of the anti-evolution arguments of the 1925 Scopes trial