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Evolutionary Biologist Reacts to Creationist Arguments

Evolutionary Biologist Reacts to Creationist Arguments


Via: outis  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  60 Comments  •  27 minutes ago

This is the very best kind of didactic. Clint entertains while teaching... two different subjects.  The obvious subject is creationism / evolution / natural selection. The less...
IIHS updates its testing criteria to focus on pedestrians and back-seaters

IIHS updates its testing criteria to focus on pedestrians and back-seaters


Via: outis  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  2 Comments  •  2 days ago

Pedestrian casualties have been rising fast over the last few years, so it's good to see the IIHS resetting its criteria to push manufacturers to protect pedestrians. Of course, a cynic...
Is Airbus Hiding a REVOLUTION?!

Is Airbus Hiding a REVOLUTION?!


Via: outis  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  3 Comments  •  one week ago

Why does aviation fascinate me? Dunno....
A gnat has found a creative way to escape this deadly flower

A gnat has found a creative way to escape this deadly flower


Via: outis  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  1 Comments  •  2 weeks ago

Parasites and symbiots.
Does Boeing Stand a Chance Anymore??

Does Boeing Stand a Chance Anymore??


Via: outis  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  10 Comments  •  2 weeks ago

Aviation fascinates me.
This Is How We'll Clean Up Space Junk

This Is How We'll Clean Up Space Junk


Via: outis  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  4 Comments  •  2 weeks ago

Capitalists consider that "if no one can show clear title, we can do whatever we want". The communications businesses alone - not just Musk - are putting up huge numbers of satellites,...
Scientists keep discovering 'impossible galaxies'. What does this mean?

Scientists keep discovering 'impossible galaxies'. What does this mean?


Via: outis  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  7 Comments  •  2 weeks ago

The James Webb Space Telescope is kinda fabulous... It's successor is being planned... for launch maybe twenty years from now. Takes time.....
A solar eclipse from the surface of Mars

A solar eclipse from the surface of Mars


Via: outis  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  11 Comments  •  3 weeks ago

When I was a kid, there were no commercial jet aircraft. Now we can watch Phobos pass in front of the Sun, from the surface of Mars. 
Driving Tesla Cybertruck - Overhyped or the Pickup Reinvented?

Driving Tesla Cybertruck - Overhyped or the Pickup Reinvented?


By: outis  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  17 Comments  •  3 weeks ago

I'm not a truck person. Trucks are irrational for most people. But hey! Motor vehicles are very largely irrational purchases. A three-pointed star costs money! Like a Mercedes, trucks are...
PC nerd alert! Two articles for the price of one! (Both came across my screen today.)

PC nerd alert! Two articles for the price of one! (Both came across my screen today.)


By: outis  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  12 Comments  •  3 weeks ago

I bought a 4" x 4" mini PC a year ago. I'm not a gamer, so I don't need top-of-the-line. It has a mid-range AMD Ryzen chip, and RAM and disks from the previous machine. I run both...
Earth was once a giant snowball, here's why

Earth was once a giant snowball, here's why


Via: outis  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  7 Comments  •  3 weeks ago

Most people like simple explanations. Occam's Razor tells us that the simplest explanation is usually the right one. But... Occam's Razor applies to all the data available. And sadly for...
Map of Antarctica without the ice

Map of Antarctica without the ice


Via: outis  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  21 Comments  •  3 weeks ago

We all know what Antarctica looks like...  ...  right?
Daily Telescope: A stunning new image of Io reveals a volcanic plume | Ars Technica

Daily Telescope: A stunning new image of Io reveals a volcanic plume | Ars Technica


Via: outis  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  8 Comments  •  4 weeks ago

The average distance to Jupiter is 44 million Miles.
This Is Going To Waste

This Is Going To Waste


By: outis  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  2 Comments  •  4 weeks ago

This obviously needs an emoji...  
Why the Oldest Fish in the World Live in a Desert

Why the Oldest Fish in the World Live in a Desert


Via: outis  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  3 Comments  •  one month ago

After Ingenuity: Bigger, Bolder Aircraft for Exploring Aliens Worlds

After Ingenuity: Bigger, Bolder Aircraft for Exploring Aliens Worlds


Via: outis  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  10 Comments  •  one month ago

OK... Ingenuity was a great little machine. But what's next?
At a glance - The runaway greenhouse effect on Venus

At a glance - The runaway greenhouse effect on Venus


Via: outis  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  7 Comments  •  one month ago

I read about the greenhouse effect on Venus maybe sixty years ago... and never wondered about it. I'm kinda stick-in-the-mud.
The Best Keyboard

The Best Keyboard


By: outis  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  5 Comments  •  one month ago

Mechanical!
6 Great Space Images in January

6 Great Space Images in January


Via: outis  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  5 Comments  •  one month ago

Space is cool!
When the largest Animals on Land were Millipedes

When the largest Animals on Land were Millipedes


By: outis  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  4 Comments  •  one month ago

Daily Telescope: Two large galaxies swimming in a sea of interstellar dust | Ars Technica

Daily Telescope: Two large galaxies swimming in a sea of interstellar dust | Ars Technica


Via: outis  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  2 Comments  •  one month ago

Heavens!
Your Healthspan Is as Important as Your Lifespan—and It’s Declining

Your Healthspan Is as Important as Your Lifespan—and It’s Declining


Via: john-russell  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  8 Comments  •  one month ago

How gas utilities used tobacco tactics to avoid gas stove regulations

How gas utilities used tobacco tactics to avoid gas stove regulations


Via: hallux  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  3 Comments  •  4 months ago

Why scientists are reanimating spider corpses for research

Why scientists are reanimating spider corpses for research


Via: hallux  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  2 Comments  •  5 months ago

The lifesaving, Nobel Prize-winning discovery that almost didn’t happen

The lifesaving, Nobel Prize-winning discovery that almost didn’t happen


Via: hallux  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  4 Comments  •  5 months ago

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