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I Don’t Want to Be Right - The New Yorker

I Don’t Want to Be Right - The New Yorker

Reconciliación Colombia » Detalle | Historias

Reconciliación Colombia » Detalle | Historias

10 things that would fix the food system faster than GMO-labeling | Grist

10 things that would fix the food system faster than GMO-labeling | Grist

Journal of Experimental Political Science (JEPS) launches! - The Washington Post

Journal of Experimental Political Science (JEPS) launches! - The Washington Post

R. Sapolsky: Are humans just another primate?

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Reconciliación Colombia » Con un manual de convivencia La Balsa se resistió a las FARC | Historias

Reconciliación Colombia » Con un manual de convivencia La Balsa se resistió a las FARC | Historias

Seeds of Truth – A response to The New Yorker | Dr Vandana Shiva

Seeds of Truth – A response to The New Yorker | Dr Vandana Shiva

Seeds of Doubt: Vandana Shiva’s Crusade Against Genetically Modified Crops - The New Yorker

Seeds of Doubt: Vandana Shiva’s Crusade Against Genetically Modified Crops - The New Yorker

Which development studies books should students read? | Talk point | Global-development | The Guardian

Which development studies books should students read? | Talk point | Global-development | The Guardian

What Europeans think of each other: Polls apart | The Economist

What Europeans think of each other: Polls apart | The Economist

"The ability that animals and plants have to develop differently in different conditions is known as plasticity. It’s possible that plasticity opens the door to new paths that evolution can then take. When organisms find themselves in a new environment, they develop in a way that helps them cope with their new surroundings. Their descendants may acquire mutations that encode that anatomy in their genes. Eventually evolution takes them beyond where plasticity alone could take them."Evolution’s Baby Steps – Phenomena: The Loom

"The ability that animals and plants have to develop differently in different conditions is known as plasticity. It’s possible that plasticity opens the door to new paths that evolution can then take. When organisms find themselves in a new environment, they develop in a way that helps them cope with their new surroundings. Their descendants may acquire mutations that encode that anatomy in their genes. Eventually evolution takes them beyond where plasticity alone could take them."
Evolution’s Baby Steps – Phenomena: The Loom

Could human band and tribal scale cooperation have arisen without warfare? A Commentary by Peter J. Richerson | Social Evolution Forum →

REDES 79: Las raíces de la inteligencia de las plantas

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This is what a more sustainable American food system looks like | Grist

This is what a more sustainable American food system looks like | Grist

The origin of laughter, smiles and tears – Michael Graziano – Aeon

The origin of laughter, smiles and tears – Michael Graziano – Aeon