Eschaton 2012 - Chance in evolution
Paul Zachary “PZ” Myers is an American biology professor at the University of Minnesota Morris (UMM), answering evolutionary developmental biology (evo-devo) questions using zebrafish. He is the author of the award-winning Pharyngula science blog, hosted on Freethought Blogs network, and a columnist for Free Inquiry, published by the Center for Inquiry. A self-avowed “godless liberal” and outspoken atheist, he is a public critic of the
We have two Persian fluff balls for cats, and one insists on sleeping in the sink. According to The Atlantic, the parasite Toxoplasmosis gondii comes into us by undercooked meat, well-intentioned placentas (what?), gardening soil, or, most infamously, cats. It is the … Continue reading →
Pretty much every industry has some glaring problems that have yet to be addressed – change comes slowly, but it does come and we strive to improve. However, with the scientific industry some of the problems are not that obvious [...]testThe post Things Every Young Scientist Should Know About Industrial Science appeared first on Australian Science.
It looks like people in positions of power in the Indian judiciary are not particularly exempt from indulging in confused thinking to any degree. Just two years ago, the Delhi High court decided to decriminalise homosexuality in what was a … Continue reading →