Is the Human Race Evolving or Devolving
By: Basel Varsally
We have been through so much. We set records, changed everything. We discovered many pieces that make up the big Truth about life. What about our evolution? The theory that the human race is devolving is simply invalid. In scientific means, there is always change...
Book reviews: Finding Darwin's God, by Kenneth R. Miller
By: Sibyl L. Vane
Ken Miller begins Finding Darwin's God by discussing the ways in which science, especially evolution and the age of the Earth, has challenged religion. These challenges have seemingly backed faith into a corner and forced religious fundamentalists to simply reject science entirely to defend themselves...
What are the rarest eye colors in humans?
By: Lynette Alice
As soon as you meet someone for the first time, consciously or not you take a mental inventory of their physical attributes. While what we notice first differs depending on the angel and distance from which a person is viewed, the first thing most people...
By: Lin Barrett
Are human beings still a part of nature? The last time you were ill, your body answered that question for you. The inevitable chemical processes ran their course, and in a few days you were fine again: but while you were ill, your body...
Pharaoh Ants
By: Diane Garrod
Meet the Pharoah ant (Monomorium pharaonis (L.). Two words describe it, annoying and troublemaker. They are tiny and hard to destroy. They breed continuously, nest in secluded areas and eat sweets and fats. Its name is thought to be derived as being one of...
Book reviews: A Devil's Chaplain, by Richard Dawkins
By: Bailey Shoemaker Richards
Reading Richard Dawkins requires an open mind, no matter what your opinion of his chosen subject matter is. One could be a vehement and opinionated atheist or a raucously fundamentalist Christian -and Dawkins will still manage to find some way to needle you. Although he...
By: Jamie Craig
Every habitat, no matter how big or small has identifiable things which make it the way it is. The characteristics of an environment are vital in determining which organisms can and cannot live there. These characteristics have been dubbed "factors" and essentially they are just...
Men having Babies
By: Sarah Howell
Women are able to have children because their bodies are able to stretch. When a women get pregnant all her organs naturally shift to cause room for the baby. A mans body is not build in such a way to do that. A women can...
Why do people breathe?
By: Louis Rosenfeld
You (and most other animals) breathe to exchange gases in your lungs. The cells in your body take in and use oxygen (O2) and they give off carbon dioxide (CO2). Oxygen constitutes about 20% of the air we breathe and is produced by plants and...
By: Tammy T
Various TV shows and popular fiction in the last five, ten years have brought the subject of forensic science into the public eye. However, what many think is forensic science is merely limited to the Hollywood interpretation of it, with forensic scientists playing the role...

 

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