Is sex necessary for reproduction?
By: Charles C. Van Soye
Yes. When responding to the question, "Is sex necessary for reproduction?," the answer while focusing only on mammals is a resounding "Yes." Let's leave the odd shark, plants, amoebas and other lower forms of life out of the discussion, as well as third-party...
Is evolution an outdated theory?
By: Irrira Rikki
GET BACK IN THE MUD!Evolution soon will be outdated, when it has no more theories to come up with how, where, when, or why. But just think... 'out of the slime came forth man. And that slither of slime found it's way up the...
By: Janet Grischy
Perhaps 350 million years ago, the first amphibians crawled out of the primordial seas. They had legs, so they could move on land, and they could breathe air, at least in maturity, but otherwise they much resembled their fish ancestors. (Modern tadpoles still look like...
Biography: Charles Darwin
By: William Fournier
Charles Darwin was a British naturalist who developed the modern theory of evolution in the 19th century. After training in medicine and theology, Darwin studied nature, learning about anatomy, geology, and classification.All that studying paid off when he signed on for a job on...
Flaws in evolutionary theory
By: Jeffrey Graf
First of all, let me say that the theory of evolution is widely accepted throughout the scientific establishment, and the taxonomic relationship between species is accepted, not only based on morphological data, or structure and appearance, but based on DNA sequence data. Considering the amount...
By: R.A. Scott
Evolution by natural selection is by no means an outdated idea. It would be if it hadn't been changed and improved upon over the years. As much as some may abhor the idea we are apes. A couple of definitions are in order; theory is...
Mitochondria defined
By: Jeffrey Graf
The mitochondria are organelles located with each cell. The mitochondria are bacillus shaped, or shaped like a drug capsule. In the fact that they are shaped like many common bacteria is not a coincidence. An important aspect of the mitochondria is called the endosymbiotic theory...
By: Jamerson Rising
One minute pause. I hear my ancestors rolling over in their graves. In this great vast iniverse this little blue marble in space. Every thing on this planet is made of the same stuff yes stuff. I will leave that just like it sounds for...
Giant tortoises of the Galapagos Islands
By: Vivienne Mackie
"A Success Story, andLast of the Line" or "Tortoise Recovery, andLonesome George." These were common headlines until recently, to be replaced by "Fabled Bachelor May Finally Be a Father."But, first let's focus on why the discussion about Galapagos Giant Tortoises is so important...
An introduction to invertebrates
By: M E Skeel
Vertebrates (animals with backbones) are the largest and most obvious animals on the Earth but the most numerous animals are the Invertebrates. Vertebrates are members of a single Phylum, the Chordata, which contains all the animals with spinal chords. There are about 20 Phyla in...

 

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