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God our “separator,” Bird Brains VIII, a veggie-loving spider, and more!
An Old Testament professor thinks the translations of Genesis should be rewritten—to accommodate her view on what the text actually means.
Yet another experimental study teaches us more about the sophisticated (and, perhaps, surprising) intelligence of crows.
It’s the “Standard Microbial Habitability index,” an attempt to quantitatively define a planetary body’s suitability for life.
Most would agree that spiders are one of the more menacing predators in nature—spinning webs and lying in wait for helplessly trapped victims. But one Meso-American spider will have (almost) nothing of it.
Researchers have used adult stem cells to create part of a jaw bone, marking a major milestone in stem cell research.
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