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We humans are a storytelling species, enamored with our own fantasies and imagination. Throughout all times and places our many cultures have devised fascinating tales of adventures and origins, stretching the limits of our minds — sometimes with the gentle assistance of a little ethnobotany...
Your PsiVid hosts, Carin Bondar and Joanne Manaster, will be watching the world of science film and video, and sharing our great finds with science enthusiasts like you.
The study of human life can happen anywhere—there are opportunities for anthropological observation available all around us, all the time.
Hmm, how on earth do I start this article? How about... hello and welcome, new readers, to Tetrapod Zoology, a blog devoted to the diversity, biology, evolution and ecology of the tetrapods, the neatest animals of them all...
Has civilization been a big mistake? My friend and former neighbor Kirkpatrick Sale thinks so. Sale is a smart, feisty critic of modernity, and especially technology and big government.
Gordon Gallup sets the record straight on the semen displacement theory
Researchers study the natural foundations of female social aggression
Psychological researchers suggest that evolutionary thinking is unnatural
A group of Darwinian theorists discuss religion in Edinburgh, Scotland