Atheists in the Biological Sciences Discussions (53)

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Digital Components from DNA and Bacteria

This is quite a milestone, I'd guess. If civilization doesn't collapse too soon, our species is in for an interesting future - one that mig…

Started by Phil

0 Oct 19, 2011

Postmodernism; Nibbling at the Edges of the Biological Sciences

Abrahamic sects aren't the only bullying woo mongers we have to contend with. The social sciences have long been under attack by a differen…

Started by Phil

40 Sep 18, 2011
Reply by TNT666

The Impacts of Testosterone on Personality

I just listened to this very interesting radio broadcast on CBC Radio One studying the various impacts of testosterone on our personalities…

Started by TNT666

1 Sep 7, 2011
Reply by Steph S.

Cell Communication compared to walkie talkies

When it comes to speaking out, cells wait their turn   Cell communication is essential for the development of any organism. Scientists know…

Started by Steph S.

0 Sep 7, 2011

Rapid Evolution has been underestimated

Rapid Evolution Within Single Crop-Growing Season Increases Insect Pest Numbers  Those who still deny evolution are in for a reality check.…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

2 Aug 29, 2011
Reply by Steph S.

Humans as the Center of the Universe

From the New York Times Sunday Book Review, David Deutsch's Beginning of Infinity has a concept for us that's somewhat counter-intuitive fo…

Started by Phil

2 Aug 20, 2011
Reply by Phil

Synthesizing Life

Here's one to get the "social conservatives'" bloomers in a wad. http://www.nytimes.com/2011/07/28/science/28life.html?pagewanted=3&_r=

Started by Phil

0 Jul 30, 2011

A hearty laugh from today's news

Supplements That May Help Fight Alzheimer’s was the practical-sounding headline. Turned out the "researchers" independent variable was a mi…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

1 Jun 26, 2011
Reply by Steph S.

Arsenates, Ammonia and Other Alternate Lifestyles

It may just be that our particular phosphate-based DNA is not the only game in town - or out of town.   http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-e

Started by Phil

7 Dec 3, 2010
Reply by Phil

Greatly Increased Odds of Complex Life in the Universe

Red dwarf stars are long-lived and provide a very good potential for the development of life within their systems. Now it's estimated that…

Started by Phil

0 Dec 2, 2010

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