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The Modern Synthesis of Evolutionary Biology

Total Share: 00000Follow Us   The science of evolutionary biology is the central unifying theory in biology and has been and will continue to be, successful in answering the “ultimate” or “why” questions by providing a historical explanation for every field in biology from biochemistry to paleontology by using the Darwininian concept and fact of [Continue]

That Unlikely Poison, Oxygen

Total Share: 00000Follow Us       Of all the planets in our solar system, there is only one planet that we know that has an atmosphere of about 21% oxygen and in such abundance that if possible it could not only be detected from afar but if it was it would stand out as [Continue]

Darwin as the Newton of Biology

Total Share: 00000Follow Us       Evolution by natural selection is the central principle of all of biology and no field of biology has been affected more so by evolution as described by Darwin then confirmed through the Modern Synthesis. Indeed, I consider evolution to be the “Grand Unified Theory” of biology since every [Continue]

An Acronym for Life

Total Share: 00000Follow Us I have written in a blog about a scientific definition of life “What is Life, Really?” which broadens the biological or as I would like to call it the “textbook definition ” of life but considering life as a process would require that definition to be broaden much further by considering [Continue]

Typology Versus Population

Total Share: 00000Follow Us   What is the secret to the success of Darwin’s theory of evolution? Although it was the most profound revolutionary attempt to explain the diversity of life past and present and it was Darwin who gave the name and description of natural selection, his concept and later fact of natural selection [Continue]