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[The following is highly condensed from my chapter The Decline of Violence in Spring/Nature’s new Encyclopedia of Evolutionary ..read more
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No longer a topic for science fiction, the power of artificial intelligence is already reshaping our lives in ways that were unimaginable ..read more
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What constitutes beauty?Among cultures and through history, standards of beauty have changed considerably. At certain times, stoutness was ..read more
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I recently hosted Dr. Kaliris Salas-Ramirez, a scientist at the City College of New York, on my podcast, This World of Humans. The subject ..read more
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I just published an entry for the soon-forthcoming Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science (edited by husband-wife team of ..read more
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In Michael Behe’s new book, he touts the concept “Devolution” using what he calls the first rule of adaptive evolution, that is, that ..read more
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This post was co-authored with Arthur Hunt of the University of Kentucky, who first pointed out some of these errors on the Peaceful ..read more
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[This essay first appeared in Arc Digital and was co-authored by Nathan H. Lents and Robert Trivers. Credit for the thesis and most of the ..read more
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Are mutant the next step in evolution? Yes!  (But not like that.) [This essay first appeared in AiPT!.] In the Marvel universe, the X-men ..read more
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