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Researchers found that sexual size dimorphism may be limiting South American lizards’ speciation. Males and females of the same species may be filling ecological niches usually filled by separate species. Is this an example of evolution in action or a designed adaptive feature input into the lizard kind’s genome?
A new sitcom that aired on CBS last night is loosely based on the book The Year of Living Biblically: One Man's Humble Quest to Follow the Bible as Literally as Possible, by A. J. Jacobs. Viewers are introduced to the main character Chip Curry as he enters the confessional of a priest named Gene.
When archaeologists or anthropologists find mysterious objects in a burial chamber or the remains of ancient villages, how do they know what the object was used for? A recent article and research paper from have both brought up an interesting twist to this question: perhaps it was a toy or a child’s tool.
The latest in a string of Bible-based movie opens in US theaters today, and this time viewers have an opportunity to watch the famous strong man wreak havoc on the Philistines. Produced by Pure Flix, this cinematic version of Samson brings to life the Old Testament hero in a powerful way.
Of particular concern is question 19 on the Australian census form, which is the only optional question and is the religious identity question.
Secular geologists attribute cluster of dinosaur tracks to a “dinosaur disco” and that sauropods spent time in the water. But what does the evidence say?
Geologists claim their work with the fossil Dicynodon shows that the supposed terrestrial mass extinction happened before the marine extinction.
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