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Skeptically Speaking Interview

Our very own Michael Rose has recently been invited to speak on a live interview where discusses the aging process in regards to modern science and medicine. The link can be found here. From the main interview website: “This week, we’re looking at the aging process, and how science and medicine are treating it as a problem to be solved. …

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Fifth Western Evolutionary Biology Meeting 2013

The Fifth Western Evolutionary Biology Meeting (WEB5) was hosted at the University of California, Irvine campus this past May 11th, 2013. The conference featured scientists and graduate students from major universities in the western continental United States, a majority from the University of California and California State University systems. The Western Evolutionary Biology Biologist of the Year Prize, or WEBY, …

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Experimental Evolution

Correcting Darwin’s Other Mistake (M.R. Rose & T. Garland Jr., 2009; see below) We are taught early in our education as evolutionists that Charles Darwin got the mechanism of heredity wrong.  He supposed that there are an arbitrary number of ductile transmissible gemmules that migrate from the organs to the gonads, allowing the possibility of a kind of blending inheritance …

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A New Context for Health

Introduction Welcome to Michael Rose’s 55, an overarching context that will enable you to use nature’s rules to make sense of your health and take action to make your life much better. You will do this by changing how you live. Not as a result of yet another fad but as the result of knowing the scientific context. You will …

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Natural Selection Cuts Broad Swath Through Fruit Fly Genome

By Nicholas Wade; Published: September 20, 2010 A new exploration of how evolution works at the genomic level may have a significant impact on drug development and other areas of medicine. The report, published in Nature last week, offers new evidence in a longstanding debate about how organisms evolve. One well-known path to change is a heavily favorable mutation in …

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