26 October 2019


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The skeletons in evolution’s closet

interview with Christopher Rupe and John Sanford co-authors

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Is the cell really a machine?

The non-genetic heterogeneity of cell populations implies that every cell is unique.

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Near-Death Experiences Are More Real Than Some of the Research

At Scientific American, we learn of an analysis that tries to link them to recreational drug highs, based only on language use

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Did a common childhood illness take down the neanderthals?

A 21st century nuisance for parents may have proved deadly to early man

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