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Having the Right Blend of "Personalities" Can Impact the Survival of the Animal Group

It was not that long ago that anyone who suggested that animals had "personalities" was seen as anthropomorphizing. While that criticism is not without some merit, research has shown that it may not be correct in all or most circumstances. Research is showing that it is not just the meal...

What is the genetic mechanism that drives evolution? Perhaps we have been looking in the wrong place.

Prior posts have noted how in the recent past the perceived wisdom was the 1% of the human genome was responsible for what happens (the making of proteins), and the balance (99%) was "junk." Over time the amount deemed relevant has grown and the junk portion has shrunk. Recently the ENCODE...