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New York City :: NY :: USA | 11 months ago

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From the new Nautilus magazine, a special issue on What Makes You So Special . Angela Potochnik reviews Studying Human Behavior: How Scientists Investigate Aggression and Sexuality by Helen Longino. The first chapter from The Unpredictable Species:

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Cambridge :: NY :: USA | 11 months ago

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Tue 21 May 2013 Few names are more revered in the early history of botany than Linnaeus, whose taxonomic system systematized the effective ordering of plants and animals according to sexual reproduction. Although he himself did not doubt that certain

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Los Angeles :: CA :: USA | 11 months ago

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It's meant to help you as you participate in Armchair Taxonomist a challenge from the Encyclopedia of Life to bring scientific descriptions of animals, plants, and other living things out from behind paywalls and onto the Internet. Image: A room full

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Pearl River :: MS :: USA | 12 months ago

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Published May 08, 2013 FoxNews.com There's a new bass in town, and fishing fanatics predict anglers will find its lure impossible to resist. State wildlife experts in Florida confirmed the newest member of America's top freshwater fighting family is

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 12 months ago

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A new theory proposed by two computer scientists suggests that animals can still experience significant evolutionary changes over time, even in the absence of selectional pressures. Evolutionary potential, or what's simply called evolvability , is a

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Tōkyō :: Japan | 12 months ago

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This graph posits, that if life becomes more complex at a steadily exponential rate that can be extrapolated from recent evolutionary history, then life predates Earth. It comes from a thought-provoking paper published at arXiv (a non-peer-reviewed

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 12 months ago

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Louis Dollo was an engineer who made his money in supervising mining sites, but found his true calling in supervising paleontological digs. He became a paleobiologist, famous for excavating a group of iguanodon. After years of unearthing giants,

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Oklahoma City :: OK :: USA | 12 months ago

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Fishes account for over half of vertebrate species but knowledge about relationships among its various types is still unknown. A team of scientists led by Richard Broughton, associate professor of biology at the University of Oklahoma, published two

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Boyertown :: PA :: USA | 1 year ago

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  By Babu G. Ranganathan The recent news is scientists have discovered that some snippets of DNA from a fish, they once thought was extinct, can cause mice to grow limbs. This is wrongly being hailed as

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Santa Barbara :: CA :: USA | 1 year ago

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I would propose a minor edit to her reference to childless adults being asked to explain why they're not helping to populate this poor, desolate planet...The Los Angeles Times on March 2 ran an item on a poll about moral issues and population growth.

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