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Displaying items by tag: Evolution

A NASA-funded study has hypothesized that about 2.5 billion years ago two types of single-celled microbes came together to produce a new organism that was (for the first time) able to take in sunlight to produce oxygen. At a time in which Earth did not have oxygen in its atmosphere, this newly formed creature produced oxygen and, subsequently, made it possible for humans to exist.

Published in Biology
In what is being hailed as the largest potential advance in the evolutionary theory in over eight decades, Australian scientists with Murdoch University are calling transposable elements (TEs), or junk DNA, a key ingredient in the continuing survival of species. They also hypothesize that it resolves a discrepancy in the current evolutionary theory.

Published in Biology
You might think that the world's leading paleontologists had better things to do than reverse engineer a chicken, but you would be wrong.

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