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The inherent paradox of the Indian Right
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The inherent paradox of the Indian Right

Illustration: Jayachandran/Mint The US has its creationists who do not want innocent young minds exposed to Darwinian lies. India has Dinanath Batrawho is fighting a brave battle against modern Macaulays who refuse to accept that the first use of ... Livemint.com, 2 days ago

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When The Bible Prompts Science

Steve Jones is a revisionist, but in a good sense. One of his earlier books, Darwin's Ghost, was a chapter-by-chapter update of The Origin of Species: Explaining key concepts of Darwinian evolution with more up-to-date examples and data than Darwin ...
 Austin American Statesman6 days ago

Malcolm Forbes, Ryan Anderson: Jagger a poster boy for Darwinian peacock theory

Mick Jagger. What is it that makes rockstars so attractive to the opposite sex? Turns out Charles Darwin had it pegged years ago - and it has a lot to do with peacocks. Darwin suggested natural selection can occur by individuals out-producing ...
 New Zealand Herald1 week ago

Does Italian capitalism prove that Darwin was right?

By The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own. A procession of Italian industrialists and financiers slipped through the alleyways behind La Scala opera house two weeks ago to discuss the legacy of the man ...
 Reuters3 weeks ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Darwinian struggle won by Dockers

This Darwinian struggle between Demons and Dockers was about survival, not of the fittest, but of the most miserly. The winner would be the one that yielded the least. Predictably, the team that emerged with the four points and an tidy percentage ...
 WA Today3 weeks ago Fremantle strangles the Dees  Macleay Argus3 weeks ago
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Slate Magazine

Charles Darwin! My Name Is Alex Agassiz. You Humiliated My Father.

Alex Agassiz, far right, and Alfred Mayor, second from right, aboard the Croydon in 1896. Photo courtesy Archives of the Museum of Comparative Zoology/Ernst Mayr Library/Harvard University On April 16, 1896, a chartered steamer, the Croydon , ...
 Slate Magazine1 month ago
The Guardian Express

Bible believed by Americans, Darwin less so

16:03 Edited time: June 05, 2014 15:15 Reuters/Alexander Demianchuk The majority of Americans believe that humanity was created by the Almighty or guided by God in its evolution, a Gallup poll reveals. Only 19% believe humans evolved from ...
 Russia Today1 month ago Poll: More believe Bible over Darwin on humanity's origin  MSNBC1 month ago Why Some Americans Deny Evolution [Video]  The Guardian Express1 month ago More Number of Americans Believe God Made Humans in Current Form  French Tribune1 month ago
Irish Times

Darwinism in a Consumer-Driven World

Natural selection is fast at work in the world of business with large, long-established firms disappearing quickly and new highly successful ones establishing themselves instantly. Speed is of the essence. Where once it took two years to progress an ...
 Irish Times1 month ago Booked Frank Dillon  Irish Times1 month ago
Consumer Electronics Net

Headache Coming On? Apple's Phablet Could Be Just The Remedy It Needs

In the Darwinian battle for mobile-device supremacy, is it possible that the winner will be an ungainly hybrid that no one took especially seriously when it arrived on the scene just three years ago? The phablet — half-phone, half-tablet — is ...
 Forbes.com1 month ago Absolutely Phablet?  Consumer Electronics Net1 month ago

Study finds ant sperm get ahead through synchronised swimming

Sperm cells epitomise the Darwinian struggle for survival: every lone sex cell is part of a frenzied race to fertilise first. It must reach the egg before its competitors, or it forgoes the continuation of its genetic identity. But from the ...
 New Statesman1 month ago
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