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July 28, 1840 (a Tuesday)

On this date, the American paleontologist, herpetologist, and mammalogist Edward Drinker Cope was born. Cope was a scientist by self-study and personal nature — he held no degrees except honorary ones from Haverford College and, late in life, from the University of Munich. 235 more words

History

Lucy (The Movie)

I went to see Lucy tonight with Clayton. I will say that it seemed a bit different to me from the previews and in a way shocked me. 398 more words

Blogging

Early humans 'kept their chin up'

‘A new theory suggests that our male ancestors evolved beefy facial features as a defence against fist fights.

The bones most commonly broken in human punch-ups also gained the most strength in early “hominin” evolution. 298 more words

Evolution

Rising Life: A New Beginning for Spiritual Seekers

Looking outward, there is much chaos in the world.  How we see this, of course, is always a matter of perspective, but we are all affected by the continued drama of war, aggression, violence, political fighting and angling for power and seemingly limited resources on the world stage and smaller stages of life, even though there has been a great awakening worldwide in which more and more people have refused to accept the status quo. 1,333 more words
Ascension

The Wild Horse Moon

Jupiter and Mars play an important role in the eighth lunation of 2014. Jupiter in close but waning conjunction to the new Moon in tropical Leo tells us this is a month of ambitions, for pulling the stops out, getting the most out of life and taking back ownership of our personal roles within the bigger picture. 916 more words

Aspects

Evolution of the mind

During my run i sometimes write complete articles in my head. By the time i get home, however, i can rarely remember enough of it to be helpful.   568 more words

Evolution