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Sep 20, 2021

If you were somehow in control of repopulating and regenerating an area that had essentially been wiped clean of life, how would you do it?  With limited resources at your disposal would you decide to throw all your effort into producing as many offspring as possible, as quickly as possible?  Or would you take a...

Aug 23, 2021

A friend of mine recently poased a question on his podcast about carrion plants.  If you don't know what one is, the carrion plant emits an odor that is very similar to rotting flesh.This odor attracts flies which serve to pollinate the flower.  The question posed on my friend’s show was how?  How does the plant know...

Nov 24, 2020

Natural selection isn't perfect. It only cares that something works. If it works and is not harmful to its host, then that something is passed on.  


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Nov 10, 2020

There is more than random mutations when it comes to evolution by natural selection. You also have to look at other variables outside of a genetic mutation. Variables such as the environment the organism lives in, the challenges it has to face, and its ability to find food. 


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Jan 15, 2020

Consider this a 'lost episode' of Evolution Talk.  In it I talk with Stephanie Keep of about the origins and misconceptions around the term 'survival of the fittest'.