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“The Origin of Species” is a book/theory about natural selection. The book states that if a member of a species develops a functional advantage, such as a change in size, color, or something more advance like being able to fly, its offspring would inherit these same advantages.52 more words
The YouTube channel Veritasium and Derek Muller got to interview Richard Dawkins about the Evolutionarily Stable Strategies. Basically, natural selection in the animal world. When evolution favors a stable ratio of traits rather than one dominant trait, you get some interesting evolution science, enjoy!
The following articles have been published in the Journal of the History of Biology in the last year or so, and one from 2013:
Radim Kočandrle, Karel Kleisner, … 782 more words
Diseases with an upside.
By Rich Feldenberg
Since life’s earliest emergence on planet earth, disease has been our constant and unwelcome companion. Even the first single celled organisms were susceptible to break down, nutritional deficiencies, and harmful genetic mutation. 2,654 more words