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Natural Selection Spring/Summer 2014 Here is a look at the brand new Natural Selection Spring/Summer 2014 look book for the guys. I have featured a previous look book with still product shots and an introduction to the brand before, but never a
Auckland [ change ] Partly cloudy Max 23° Min 15° Black Robin saviours hindered species NZ Newswire December 12, 2013, 7:15 am Conservation efforts to save the black robin may have actually hindered the species by allowing "survival of the not-so-fit"
November 30, 2013 Richard Dawkins was enjoying a coffee at the Mondrian Hotel when a star-struck waiter interrupted him to thank him for his work. It was the kind of thing that happens a lot at the swanky West Hollywood hot spot but usually to
November 2013 Yesterday, NZ's mainstream media were busy reporting the death of a Kiwi who was infected with a totally antibiotic-resistant infection and died (albeit of complications from a stroke, not from the infection). "We're all going to die"
Senior author Dustin Brisson, an assistant professor in the School of Arts and Sciences' Department of Biology, said that it's not controversial that populations evolve and that some traits are more apt to evolve than others. He said that what they
Evolution by natural selection] was a theory that was discovered by two people, and we've blithely forgotten one of them." This fantastic paper-puppet animation celebrates the life of Alfred Russel Wallace, the massively overlooked (and massively
Social selection plays the same role in the social sciences which the natural selection plays in the biological sciences: it selects the traits, norms and values which are most beneficial to the host culture. Seen from this angle, social diversity is
Ask any scientist where life on our planet came from, and they'll usually give you a one-word answer: "Evolution." Immediately thereafter, they will usually give you a condescending look that also implies you're an idiot for not knowing this "
Last week, David Attenborough told The Guardian that humans "have put a halt to natural selection," and with it our genetic and physical evolution. In this expertly crafted rebuttal, University of Rhode Island anthropologist Holly Dunsworth explains
Peaceful fungus-farming ants use their house guests as a useful standing army to protect their colony against dangerous threats, scientists claim. Here they go about their farming duties before any enemies arrive The invasion begins as a group of