By: Vadim Osadchi
The studying of parasites, bacteria, and viruses, plus their tolls on the human system, is known as microbiology. The many divisions of the microbiology study branch out, some lead into deeper study of parasites, parasitology, and others go forward in a field of viruses, called...
By: Robert D. Twitchell
Considering that evolution is such a long, ongoing process there really is no way to predict the course that humanity will follow. Based on approximately six thousand years of recorded history there really has been no significant change in human beings except for longevity which...
By: Vadim Osadchi
Although animals interact using the very same senses humans are accustomed to, their control of the senses comes in a wider variety of degrees. We can typically tell our own people apart by eyesight alone. In the vast animal world, this method isn't always as...
By: Raven Lebeau
Salt and sugar both kill microbes by causing water to exit through their cell membrane, causing dehydration. This phenomenon is a quintessential example of the intersection of physics, chemistry, biology, and "everyday life". Notice how nature likes to remain "in balance". For example, balloons deflate...
By: Roberta Lee Small
I predict that that man will be a spiritual being like the angels. There have been many theories about man, where he came from and how he evolved. Some said we came from fish, others say we had our beginning's from a germ. Darwin said...
By: Vadim Osadchi
Studies show that 80% of our world's population currently uses medicines made of plant or plant extracts for vast healthcare purposes. Many of today's most popular medicines have compounds derived from the long, effective history of herbal healing. These include opium, aspirin, digitalis, and the...
By: Triple Alpha
Insects and that their importance to mankind. It is estimated that 80 per cent of the world's animal population are of the insect kind. With such a number of species it is impossible that there can be no impact on human life. Most insects have...
By: Raven Lebeau
x-Men or "Idiocracy"? That is the question. I would love to spin a tale of mankind's unlimited potential, but being as how this is the sciences channel, rather than the creative writing channel, I'll lay out the the disappointing facts. The theory of evolution relies...
By: Stanley Roberts
Evolutionary change in man is a slow and complicated process. It would take thousands of years for man to be able to adapt his body to living in say space or underground. However, before we can make that leap man has to begin evolving to...
By: Lynn Schwalbe-Larson
Animal behavior is a source of fascination for many people, all the way from the career zoologist, to the pet owner. This topic has generated many studies, exploring the social networks and cooperation of different species, comparing colonies of bees to ants and also trying...

 

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