Convergence? One-Celled Creature Has an Eye!

biology, Brian Leander, Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, chromosomes, convergence, convergent evolution, electromagnetic waves, Erythropsidinium, Evolution, evolutionary plasticity, eye, Intelligent Design, light, light-sensitive spot, Living Waters, Nature (journal), New Scientist, ocelloid, optics, organelles, plankton, Timothy Standish, University of British Columbia, warnowiid dinoflagellate
“Convergent evolution” is not a process. It is a post-hoc observation based on evolutionary assumptions. Source
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Can a Dog Be Bred to Be as Smart as a Human?

Albert Einstein, American Kennel Club, anatomy, Border Collie, brain, Charles Fawole, consciousness, Dogs, Flynn Effect, humans, intelligence, Jean Marie Bauhaus, Kurt Gödel, Marilyn vos Savant, neurological capability, neuroscience, Neuroscience & Mind, Payton Pearson, Psychology Today, science, Stanley Coren, University of British Columbia
An enterprising electrical engineer, Payton Pearson, thinks it can be done. There are reasons for doubt. Source
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