In a dystopian world, the human population is seriously declining, extinction of humans is now a possibility. Will humans instinctively reproduce more offspring to save humanity?
Fight against climate change is not for saving the Earth but primarily to prevent the suicide of humanity.
Communication is a core component of any society, and language is an important aspect of that.
With "if evolution is true..." questions many science skeptics put the evolutionary theory to test, apparently not to satisfy their curiosity but with the hope that the evolution theory will finally not be able to explain a natural phenomenon relevant to evolution.
The English biologist discovered the fact that species better adapt to their environment over time by developing, modifying, repurposing, and losing inheritable characteristics. However, Darwin did not understand the mechanism behind how species change.What Darwin did not know was genes and subsequently their mutation.
It is not uncommon to hear the suggestion of replacing the word "theory" with "law" in "evolutionary theory" to prevent confusion among the public. Does an established scientific theory qualify as a scientific law?
When their food sources depleted our ancestors moved to areas where they would have access to meat and vegetation.It was thanks to agriculture humans could settle in, which irreversibly changed the course of history.
English biologist Charles Darwin was a European man of his time. Like many of his peers, he was under the impression that white men were inherently superior to women and people of color.Does the worldview of Darwin say anything about his theory and today's evolutionary biology?
We live in a democracy. Should we then teach students evolutionary theory, intelligent design theory, and creationist science and let students pick which one they want?