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Bizarre Night Hunt Crab forces scientists to rethink the evolution of modern species

With huge eyes, big claws, paddle-shaped legs and lobster-like shells, scientists have named a newly discovered species as "the strangest crab that ever lived". F Ossils found in Colombia have revealed the new evolutionary branch of swimming crabs that lived about 95 million years ago. The small creatures allegedly reminded paleontologists of glockenspiel from Greek mythology with a lion's head, …

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"Mindblowing" Qingjiang fossil site in China could shake up the evolution

(Newser) – Scientists are expressing shock and arrogance over a new fossil record that is revising life half a billion years ago – and possibly stirring up our view of evolution, the Guardian reports . Reported in Science the Qingjiang site in China includes at least 4,351 fossils representing 101 species, 53 of which are new to science. The primitive …

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1,000 scientists question evolution

Charles Darwin More than 1,000 influential scientists from around the world have spoken with their doubts about Charles Darwin's theory of evolution. They come from institutions such as Harvilles, Johns Hopkins Colombia, Tulane, Rice and Baylor, the National Academy of Sciences, the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, the British Museum and the Lincoln Library of MIT. "We are skeptical of …

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Missing link found in planetary evolution – ScienceDaily

For the first time astronomers have discovered a body of 1.3 km radius at the edge of the solar system. It was predicted that body-sized bodies, such as the one discovered, existed for over 70 years. These objects represented an important step in the planet formation process between small initial merges of dust and ice and the planets we see …

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Missing link in planet evolution found

Artist's impression of the newly discovered object. Credit: Ko Arimatsu      For the first time ever, astronomers have detected a 1.3 km radius body at the edge of the solar system. Mileage-sized bodies have more than 70 years. These objects acted as an important step in the planet formation process between small initial amalgamations of dust and ice and the …

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Could evolution ever bring the dinosaurs back?

Have you seen the 1993 blockbuster movie "Jurassic Park" and wondered, "Could that really happen, could the dinosaurs ever come back?" The idea that these mighty creatures might one day return to Earth is equally fascinating and frightening to most people. Even real-life researchers are intrigued as to whether the evolutionary process could bring us into the age of the …

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Evolution: Biologist George Price Life and death

Sunday, January 6, is the 44th anniversary of the death of a person whose life I think very much of: the evolutionary biologist George Price. Price is perhaps famed for its name parity price equation, which takes many forms, but is perhaps easiest to understand in its "simple" form: w Δ z = cov ( w i i i [19659005]) …

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The Future of Heroes of the Storm questioning Blizzard's evolution

The Future of Heroes of the Storm MOBA by Blizzard Entertainment, which brings together heroes of Diablo, Starcraft, Warcraft and Overwatch begins to look grim. Blizzard's President J. Allen Brack and Chief Development Officer Ray Gresko said today that the company is shifting development resources from Heroes of the Storm and is putting these developers on other projects. In a …

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