For those of you who don't live in the United States, you should know that we actually have 2 species of coyote in this country: The Western Coyote and the Eastern Coyote. (Wiley Coyote from Looney Toons is a Western Coyote).
Coyotes of both kinds have always been with us here. They have roamed this land since the days that Native American tribes wandered the trails. But... apparently Eastern Coyotes are causing a new problem for the modern world.
The Western Coyote is the one…Continue
Added by Skycomet the Fallen Angel on July 9, 2012 at 12:31pm — No Comments
A recent show on the science channel alerted me to an interesting new hypothesis about the evolution of homosexuality. Contrary to popular thought, it does not appear to be an accident. (If anyone can find documentation about this new hypothesis... let me know). Particularly interesting is the behavior of primate males in family groups. As is well known, apes (such as chimanzees, bonobos, and gorillas) that live in family groups consist of many females, one dominant male that gets exclusive…Continue
I would appreciate your support to raise awareness about this petition to the US government about discouraging creationism in UK schools and forcing all schools to teach evolution as part of science.
To sign the petition you have to be a UK citizen or resident, so if you are or know of any, please sign it or make them aware of it, respectively.…Continue
An article on bees and complex problem solving caught my attention today: http://www.dailygalaxy.com/my_weblog/2010/10/bees-solve-complex-problems-faster-than-supercomputers.html It's one of several I've come across recently about animal intelligence and problem solving. The bees were able to solve an issue supercomputers have trouble with, and also recognize human…Continue
Today is Charles Darwin's 202nd birthday, so I thought I'd share this great article by Roy Speckhardt on the Huffington Post with you in honor of him.
Celebrating Darwin Day
Milner will help to set context for our…Continue
Added by Dave Nichols on August 17, 2009 at 4:49pm — No Comments