By: Darian Peters
Predicting the next phase of human evolution is something that can be looked at in a number of ways. In the run up to the new Millenium the conversation was very much dominated by New Age writers who gave the impression that we were all...
By: E.M.Robinson
You can preserve the lovely structure of different kinds of leaves. Skeletonize leaves to enjoy their natural beauty long after you find the leaves you like. The vein structure of the leaves you choose can be used as decorations, bookmarks, gifts, or mementos. What a...
The relationship between microbiology and disease
By: Effie Moore Salem
Microbiology is the study of microorganisms, the smallest living creatures. There are many different varieties of these and some are beneficial in that they do good works for humanity and others are bad and cause disease. Among the many different groups are protozoa, algae, fungi...
By: Tenebris
The endangered leatherback sea turtle, the world's largest living reptile, reaches sexual maturity at between six and ten years of age, after which it will nest every two or three years. While its range is fully global, nesting occurs only in subtropical climates such as...
Predicting the next phase of human evolution
By: Effie Moore Salem
Who should predict the next phase of human evolution. Is it something humanity does or is it something done to them? The next phase of human evolution is nothing humans should predict or decide, but it's something for them to think about and to make...
Is the Human Race Evolving or Devolving
By: Roxioxx
Are Humans evolving or devolving? It's acutally an ethnical question, wether you believe it or not, there have been changing in the human race. Now devolving can be many things, such as: lack of physical ability, lack of idealogy, or lack of mind strength.In...
By: Stephanie Smith - 320518
VRSA and Clostridium difficile - The War on the superbugs' has only just begunYou could be forgiven for thinking that MRSA is the worse thing lurking in our hospitals, but as far as superbugs go MRSA is only the support act for some deadly headliners...
By: Elizabeth Moon
Increasingly, habitat restoration is taking place on private lands, as more landowners become interested in the loss of species diversity in their regions. Some landowners are aware that their land supports endemic plant species, and species that may be decreasing, and choose to manage their...
By: Kevin Fitzgerald - 174683
Lichens, working partnerships of fungi, green algae and in some cases, photosynthesizing bacteria, are all around us, but so unassuming that either you've never noticed them or passed them off as non-living objectoids. If you know lichens when you see them, you may have wondered...
Do Organisms always Evolve into more Complex Forms
By: Jonte Rhodes
The idea that organism evolve progressively and always into more complex forms largely comes from looking at humans as a species. We are an example of one species that did evolve into more complex organism in that we have intelligence and as such are now...

 

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