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Discussion by: BillDixonScience is now so close to constructing cells capable of reproduction from a feedstock of simple molecules that we have to acknowledge that...

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Discussion by: CliveHillhttp://phenomena.nationalgeographic.com/2014/05/22/the-surprising-closest-relative-of-the-huge-elephant-birds/ Ed reports on some work that updates the family tree of ratites and he notes: "Indeed, in his 2004 book The Ancestor’s Tale,...

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Discussion by: AlexEsters Dear members and friends of the RDF. Although I have visited this website daily for the past 3 years I have now decided...

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Discussion by: twiikeriThere's something I've been wondering for a while. Here in Finland the polls show that only half of Finnish people believe in...

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Discussion by: ZeuglodonIf you haven't read Daniel Kahneman's Thinking, Fast and Slow, then I strongly recommend you find a copy, because it contains chapters...

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Discussion by: NexalAs a pupil in primary I would find refuge in the school library. There was a huge corridor devoted to Sciences. 90%...

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Discussion by: Red DogAntidepressants and the Placebo Effect In The Folly of Fools Robert Trivers writes: “Depression seems especially sensitive to the placebo effect. Numerous...

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Discussion by: yumyumbob2Obama posts weekly addresses in which he usually talks about economic or social issues, however this week (April 19) he talked about the religious value...

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Discussion by: EricFSMI was having a discussion (argument) with a creationist about evolution and he brought up a point that I have never heard...

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Discussion by: catphilThe Economist (19th April) analyzed the performance of Pope Francis as follows: (summarized version): When appointed CEO “of the world’s oldest multinational”, he...