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When a Devastating Solar CME Hits Earth...
Neanderthal genome may hold clues to human survival
Radio Astronomy... "Sounds" of the Universe
Child with cat eyes 'he can see in the dark'
Fun Science activities for kids? Any Suggestions?
Reliable Sources of News and Expertise During Nuclear Crises
Homeopathy declared unfit for animals.Why is more common senese being applied to veterinary medicine than our own?
assuming world peace is possible
Let us talk about unguided processes.
Will we "Humans" evolve backwards?
Mind-boggling, ain't it?
Blinded by the veil of faith.
Currently reading "The Canon: The beautiful basics of Science" by Natalie Angier. Awesome book so far! Just wanted to share a quote I came across in it that I particularly like. Natalie is speaking of how a lot of people (including many scientists) dispute certain theories because they believe it is a matter of opinion or bias.
"Those of us who are not overly philosophical believe that there is a reality to nature but that it can be very hard to see it and understand it, given all our biases" - Elliot Meyerowitz
It's a simple thing really, but I think if more people understood the difference between scientific fact (supported by evidence) and opinion, we may just break through to the next level in our understanding of the universe. I fear we as "intelligent" humans may be quite far off from that, however.
Well, for atheists who love science and know some spanish, here is my blog: https://mtabok.wordpress.com/
Creationism & Science
The Inner Life of Cell
Just saw that yesterday. Brilliantly done. The animation is particularly great
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