Darwinian evolution: Is it based on science or not?
By: Roberto Chiodetti
Darwinian Evolution: science or not? About 150 years ago a ship called The Beagle arrived at the Galapagos Islands carrying on board a naturalist researcher that's destined to forever change the way we look at ourselves and at the rest of the life on...
Darwinian evolution: Is it based on science or not?
By: Richard Para
Darwinian evolution: Is it based on science or not? On October 2, 1836 the young Charles Darwin finally set foot, once again, on English soil after a long and difficult voyage around the world, his mind was exploding with thoughts of what he had seen...
Predicting the next phase of human evolution
By: Simon Wright
Predicting evolution for any species is a difficult task as it will depend significantly upon the environment in which the species finds itself inhabiting. To put this into perspective, the future physical characteristics and mental capacity of humans might differ greatly depending on whether the...
How the evolution of man changed planet Earth
By: Simon Wright
It is estimated that anatomically modern humans have been on Planet Earth for around 200,000 years and that Planet Earth has been in existence for over 4.5 billion years. The human imprint upon the planet we inhabit has therefore been an extremely recent...
By: Sam C.
There is no debate on the theory of evolution within the scientific community. The only people who oppose it are liars interested in money and the brainwashed sheep that follow them. This dishonesty is a breach of the ninth of the ten commandments in the...
How dogs have evolved
By: William Mataba
For those of us who have been lucky enough to experience the atmosphere, warmth, and congeniality of the African fireside, the world of nature becomes an important part of our psyche. For, while we sit around a fire, the canopy of darkness is painted by...
How dogs have evolved
By: Frank Sinbeans
Dogs hold a special place in human society, yet it is unlikely that they will ever be as significant to us as we have been to them. Admittedly, without dogs, our lives wouldn't be nearly so rich. But without humans, dogs wouldn't exist. The astounding...
The evolution of cats
By: Daniel Khalil
Cats, cute little furry fun cats! What is not to love about these little furballs and all the cute playful fun you can have with them (don't mind the temper though)? That playful house cat has 37 other big brother species, to include the Tigers...
Do Organisms always Evolve into more Complex Forms
By: Claire Curtis
If it were true that organisms always evolve into more complex forms then our planet would long ago have ceased to exist. While it is true that evolution lends itself to this way of thinking - that organisms are constantly changing and adapting and therefore...
By: Janet Grischy
The Neanderthal was not a brutish subhuman, a stocky stub on our ancient family tree. Instead, the Neanderthal was a near relative, who shared more than 99 percent of the genetic material modern humans carry, and who contributed useful genetic material to our evolution. So...

 

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