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What ‘hok’ and ‘krak’ mean to monkeys. The structure of monkey calls is surprisingly sophisticated: The same species of monkeys—located in separate geographic regions—use […] Read more The post MI wekly selection #106 appeared first on Mapping Ignorance. Related posts:The Oxford Questions on the foundations of quantum mechanics Game Theory explains professionals’ play Sieving at the nanoscale: desalination of seawater through nanoporous […]
Listeria monocytogenes is a food-borne Gram positive bacteria that causes the infection listeriosis. It is responsible for serious clinical manifestations including gastroenteritis, and meningitis […] Read more The post RNAs, proteins, Listeria and cells: the microbial version of the Russian doll game appeared first on Mapping Ignorance. Related posts:A mediator for horizontal gene transfer between eukaryotes and prokaryotes From a single progenitor to a pandemic multidrug-resistant […]
The human brain is arguably the most fascinating organ found in nature. Its complexity has been known since Santiago Ramón y Cajal pioneering work […] Read more The post The Naked Brain appeared first on Mapping Ignorance. Related posts:The use of natural fluorescent proteins for studying life Smelling the taste Epigenetic alterations in Alzheimer’s disease, nature vs. nurture on the path to dementia
After having shown the ways in which Richard Dembski’s ‘explanatory filter’ (EF) in support of the ‘intelligent design theory’ (ID) misconceives and misapplies the […] Read more The post Deconstructing intelligent design (4): On information and minds appeared first on Mapping Ignorance. Related posts:Deflating truth (2) On the generation of problems by 20th century science and technology The conflict between science and religion as an “invented […]
Joint oscillation of Jupiter, sun might detect gravitational waves. The joint oscillation of the sun and Jupiter might hold the key to detecting gravitational […] Read more The post MI weekly selection #105 appeared first on Mapping Ignorance. Related posts:The tough aspects of walking on sand Carnivorous plants inspire novel liquid repellent surfaces Flexible needles as the future for cancer treatment
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