evolution

The evolution of science, science fiction, and mankind throughout the years.

Scholar Life3 days ago
Big Cities are Evolving Animals🐸🐒🐆
We all know to some degree that the Anthropocene (human influence👩🏾‍🌾) is having a huge effect on the earth's 🌎 atmosphere🌫, hydrosphere🌊 (ocean, rivers), cryosphere (ice sheets) and the biosphe...
Carolyn Hannigan13 days ago
Humans Are Chaos
All humans are inherently evil. Science has proven time and time again that humans are born with many malevolent possibilities, even though not everyone may show it. Different factors, such as the way...
Russell Brummera month ago
Slavery
Phrenology: the study of the skull in association with personality traits. It's straight-up pseudoscience. But it's amazing what people will tell themselves to justify their own cruelty. Django has an...
Crow Zing 2 months ago
The Ethical Problem of CRISPR?
CRISPR is becoming a demanding technology. Experimental trials are going to be held in the coming year, but is society welcoming the most important scientific discovery of our generation? The opening ...
Heather Wilkins2 months ago
Homosexuality Is Evolutionary
If you don't know where I am going with this, you can go ahead and read the article. I will be posting a blog post on these two books soon on my WordPress blog. Not many people take to homosexuality quite so easily. For some time, psychoanalysts such as Sigmund Freud and his teacher, Richard Krafft-Ebing, have thought that homosexuality was either congenial or acquired, but as for how someone was to achieve homosexuality, the case was always using electroshock therapy to reverse the abnormalitie...
Sam Baker2 months ago
Humanity's Fitting Place on the List of Mass Extinction Events
Let's be honest: apart from the Cyanobacteria that first introduced oxygen into the atmosphere, no other species has had such a significant influence on the Earth than mankind. So much so, in fact, th...
Connor Lewis2 months ago
A Conversation Between a Man and a Lion
A lion's roar travelled through unfamiliar scenery. In the golden age one would expect a lion’s roar to be restricted to Africa, but that was a long time ago. The monstrous deep green pines shivered u...
Angel Henschel3 months ago
How Jurassic Park Screwed Up
Everyone and their mother is familiar with the movie Jurassic Park. It has a massive fan base-- and for good reason! It's a fantastic *fictional* film. Emphasis on the fictional. Why? Well I'm glad yo...
Alyssa Horn3 months ago
Advancements in Biotechnology
It is no secret that we have come a long way with technological advancements within our society. But now there are rumors of possibly bringing back extinct animals…could biotechnology be advanced enou...
Rebecca Sharrock6 months ago
The Perfection of Life
Technology is rapidly growing at an increased rate with every passing year. Computers are storing more memory, the internet is becoming faster and more widespread, graphics are getting ever more reali...
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Arthur M.7 months ago
Origin of Life
When I was just a little kid, I was convinced that life popped up from just about anything, especially things that were rotting. It wasn't long before a discarded apple core turned into a cloud of tin...
Peter Rose7 months ago
The Natural Laws of Existence
What are the natural laws? Those rules that affect everything and can not be avoided. Some may call them God's law while others say they are the scientific rules of physics. Why the importance of univ...
Intelligence: Reshaping The Human Brain
The brain is the very center of our humanity, personality, and sense of being, yet we know almost nothing about its massive complexity. With the help of advanced technology, scientists have been able ...
Aurora Skye7 months ago
Jenna's Sacrifice
In the beginning, all was shapeless and still, filled with darkness and emptiness. Then with a single low, tolling note, a pale light appeared that quickly grew to fill in the cracks in... everywhere....
Pierre Roustan7 months ago
3 Jaw-Dropping Marine Wildlife Discoveries That Just Might Scare You
Oceans really can be the stuff of nightmares when you think about it (for centuries, they honestly have been -- imagine how many sailor stories there have been). What never ceases to amaze me, though,...
Eliander Black7 months ago
Meet the Sea Scorpion
Deep beneath the Devonian ocean lurked the largest arthropod to have ever lived: the eurypterid. Sporting a javelin lancet serrated with venom teeth tipping a heavily armored tail, the enormous sea sc...
Patrick Hilton7 months ago
XETA, War Remnants
“I was never going to be allowed to experience humanity as it should be. It was supposed to be my opportunity to have since I was an individual brought to life in this world. When I did taste freedom,...