The theory of evolution is often called 'Darwinism,' after the British naturalist, Charles Darwin. In 1859 he published the results of his research in the first evolutionary theory based on evidence.
New discoveries in Neanderthal DNA samples reveals inter-breeding with modern homo-sapien gene pool. Neanderthal may not have died out suddenly as once thought. Genetically similar to modern humans
The Aquatic Ape Hypothesis is the outlandish story of our origins that refuses to go away despite the objections and ignorance of most mainstream academics. Could man really have been aquatic once?
It is one of the great conundrums - which came first, the chicken or the egg? Here I will endeavour to answer this question with a mix of light science and humour. And yes, there IS a definite answer!
The Theory of Evolution predicts that all life descended from a single common ancestor. In the metaphor of the Tree of Life, this organism represents the trunk from which emerged the three branches of all life on Earth....
An new way of looking at evolution and creationism: Where do babies come from? Where did I come from? Was there really a time when I simply didn't exist? Was there really a time when I might never have existed? Will...
Of the many fields of science which I am in agreement with there are a few questionable things which always seem to take the forefront of the political and social infrastructure. Such controversies have arisen...
The Theory of Evolution predicts that living things will change over time, and the fossil record clearly shows that life on Earth has undergone a long history of gradual change. However, there have been some plants and...
This article is in response to a recent topic on the HubPages forum that argued that a biological basis for homosexuality is incompatible with the theory of evolution because homosexual do not produce offspring and the...
Some species became stable in form and function a long ago and have remain virtually unchanged from then to now. Among these are the shark, the crocodile, the sponge and many bacteria. Stable organisms seem to have the...
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