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Water in the (Martian) desert, variation of all kinds, from a trickle to a flood, and more!
Once again, the news is awash in coverage of a new “water on Mars” claim. Does this one stand up to scrutiny?
NASA’s Spirit rover has been stuck in a rut (almost literally) for months.
Some argue that the horse offers a “textbook example of evolution.” But does new research undo that claim?
Both evolutionists and creationists recognize that multiple modern “species” can arise from the same ancestral group. For evolutionists, this is the idea of evolution from a single common ancestor. For creationists, this is the idea of variation within a single created kind.
Are British birders behind the origin of a new blackcap species?
By feeding Sylvia atricapilla (central European blackcaps) during the winter, bird-lovers in Britain may be stimulating the “evolution” of a new bird species, ScienceNOW reports on recent research at the University of Freiburg.
Did a massive ancient Flood fill in the Mediterranean Sea?
Geologists studying the Strait of Gibraltar have proposed a variation on an older hypothesis about how the Mediterranean Sea was filled in: a trickle of water from the Atlantic turned into a “gigantic flood” that filled in most of the sea in as little as a few months.
Move over, Charles Darwin: researchers at Oregon State University and the University of California–Berkeley want to supplant “survival of the fittest” with “survival of the kindest.”
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