Editors Note: This is a sneak peak into the research on created kinds currently underway. Enjoy it. 🙂 Evolution is predicated on change. This change is postulated to occur by changes in genotype as well as mutational change. Darwin, the man credited with sparking the rise of evolutionary ideology, was motivated to consider these … Continue reading Why Species?
Bees are not doing well in many nations of the world. Honeybee and bumblebee die-off is a well-documented phenomenon in a lot of nations. Since bees are such important pollinators, scientists are desperately attempting to find ways to stabilize bee populations, by either eliminating their diseases or finding ways to treat them. Two recent studies … Continue reading Fighting Bee Disease
Many of you know I am something of a tropical fish enthusiast. And indeed, I doubt any of you can blame me considering the wondrous beauty and grandeur many of these species display. Recently a new species of Anthias was discovered off the coast of Brazil. I thought I would use the newly found species … Continue reading New Anthias Species
A recent journal article, coming out of Monash University claimed to have found the spark of life. So runs the headline from Science Daily. The journal article, published in the well respected Journal of Molecular Biology and even the press release are frankly fairly technical so I decided to break it down and point out some of … Continue reading Spark of Life