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Why are things the way they are?

By Ng Keen Yung and Peh Hui Min

Why are things the way they are?

Biology’s answer to this is the theory of natural selection. Nature’s vast variety of species is the culmination of millions of years of gradual adaptation to various environments. 474 more words

Honors Biology for A/B on 11/28-11/29

Students completed their Rock Pocket Mouse questions and graphs.n(worth 2 notebook stamps.)

We the watched the Rock Pocket Mouse Video. Click Here or scroll below to view. 24 more words

Rock Pocket Mouse Video

Here is the link to the video on the Rock Pocket Mouse:

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A Day

Arkansas Curriculum Conference 2016

On November 4th, I presented a workshop on evolution at the Arkansas Curriculum Conference. The workshop was sponsored by TIES, the Teacher Institute for Evolutionary Science, an organization dedicated to helping teachers teach evolution, itself sponsored by the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science. 784 more words


Evolutionists forgetting their reflection in the mirror

According to Jason Rosenhouse:

Stephen Jay Gould once observed that creationists are “singularly devoid of shame” in their willingness to use any argument, no matter how vacuous or frequently refuted, in making their case against evolution.

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Peanuts May Contain Nuts! 

The world is losing it’s ability to think. So many companies are being sued for not warning someone of the bleeding obvious that they are having to state the obvious on their packaging. 124 more words


6 stupid things done by natural selection

When we think of evolution, guided by natural selection, we tend to think it leads to “better” organisms. And in some sense, it often does. Forget the idea of a ladder where you always get “higher” organisms as you go up. 3,365 more words