Evolution & Religion

let me tell a story though a long time ago I was young and naive and I had strong belief in Islam I was studying Islamic theology at that bar and I attended a lecture held by one of my favorite preachers at the time it was a long lecture Continue Reading

A Beetle’s Beloved Beer Bottle [60 Second Specimens]

This is the story of a love affair between male Australian jewel beetles, and roadside trash. Julodimorpha bakewelli live in Australia’s arid western regions. They’re big, orange, and bumpy– and that’s how they like their females, too. In the 1980s, entomologists Darryl Gwynne and David Rentz noticed a few of Continue Reading

Sex Lives of Peregrine Falcons & Time Travel Discoveries | Ep. 2

Welcome back to Natural News from the Field Museum. There’s a healthy mix of adorable images and time travel in this episode, and in one story those two things overlap Let’s start with an update on the love lives of falcons. [title music] Peregrine promiscuity! ‘Sex in the City’ mentality Continue Reading

Bill Nye: Creationism Is Not Appropriate For Children

Denial of evolution is unique to the United States.I mean, we’re the world’s most advanced technological mean, you could say Japan but generally, the United States is where most of the innovations still happens. People still move to the United States. And that’s largely because of the intellectual capital we Continue Reading

Human Population Growth – Crash Course Ecology #3

If being alive on earth was some kind of contest, humans, I think, would win it hands down. As a population of organisms, we’re the Michael Phelps of being alive, only we have like 250,000 times more gold medals. Last week, we talked about exponential growth, when a population grows Continue Reading

The Sex Lives of Nonvascular Plants: Alternation of Generations – Crash Course Biology #36

Plants! You’re familiar with their work: They turn all that carbon dioxide that we don’t want into the oxygen we do want, they’re all around us, and they’ve been around for a lot longer than animals. The plants that we see today probably evolved from a single species of algae Continue Reading

“This is not wide spread knowledge” Jordan Peterson on Soviet History

so I want to tell you about a book today the book is called The Gulag Archipelago you ready the book is called The Gulag Archipelago and it’s by a russian author soviet author named Alexander Solzhenitsyn who was in they do like archipelago concentration camp system for a very Continue Reading

200 years, WWI & WWII, Communism: The Story of Berlin’s Natural History Museum

This episode is brought to you by the Field Museum in Chicago, Illinois and the Museum Fur Naturkunde in Berlin, Germany. 2018 marks the hundred and twenty-fifth year anniversary of the Field Museum. By 1893 we had raised funds amassed collections from the World’s Fair, developed exhibit cases for display Continue Reading

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