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Evolutionary Studies of Religion - The Reproductive Potentials of Religiosity After a promotional thesis about religiosity and the brain sciences, I focussed on the fertility rates of religious people in Europe and worldwide. My empirical findings corresponded with evolutionary hypotheses by nobel prize winner Friedrich August von Hayek (1899-1992).
[Rated 4.95/5 by 6,000+ viewers] In his talk, “A New Tale of the Primate Split”, Dr.
category: Biology Author: Ann Gibbons Source: Science
category: Arts Manuscript from Igreja de Sao Francisco, Evora, Portugal Composers, look to your laurels: A mere computer program can transform a racket of clangs, hums and beeps into a pleasing melody, and all humans have to do is offer feedback with the click of a mouse.
The farther we peer into space with powerful telescopes, the farther back into the history of the universe we see.
If you read some of my previous posts on the economy and the crisis of the eurozone, you would know already my opinion about the stupidity of fiscal austerity during recessionary cycle.
Critical analysis is at the heart of the scientific process.
Evolution: Education and Outreach — the new journal aspiring to promote accurate understanding and comprehensive teaching of evolutionary theory for a wide audience — will be freely available through December 31, 2011, thanks to the generosity of its publisher, Springer.
"What do creationists and climate change deniers have in common?"
Note de lecture de Yann Kindo - SPS n° 295, avril 2011 Dans cette enquête relevant de la psychologie et de la sociologie de la connaissance, Dominique Guillo, chercheur au CNRS, sociologue et historien des sciences, remet en cause un schéma dominant, selon lequel, alors que beaucoup d’Américains sont souvent anti-darwiniens et portés au créationnisme par conviction religieuse, les Français sont au contraire très largement imprégnés des idées darwiniennes. C’est à cette perception de l’évolution par les non-spécialistes que s’intéresse le chercheur, qui mobilise pour cela quatre champs d’investigation successifs pour mener son enquête sur les représentations hexagonales :
Lecture by Daniel Lieberman Thursday, January 27, 6:00 pm Daniel Lieberman, Professor of Human Evolutionary Biology at Harvard, has devoted more than 20 years to asking how and why natural selection transformed ape heads into human heads.
The Making of the Fittest - New Short Films on Evolution