People at the cinema are watching an X-men movie. Historians enjoy. Psychologists enjoy. Lawyers enjoy. Yet biologists think: just what a hell is this X-gene?
As it happened, I have recently watched this video above, and just couldn’t ignore it. Ever since the dream of my life is to be interviewed by him for real, I decided to comfort this my new urge in a more feasible way: I imagined to have it in my head, and wrote down the […]
Many theists wonder: what does it take to prove for an atheist that the God indeed exists. And today, I gonna do for you exactly what you’ve been waiting for: I gonna give a very specific, step-by-step, and extensive what-to-do instruction. So, let’s say you are the God. Q: Is it even possible to persuade you? […]
Let us think about Aliens now – one of the most ingeniously designed fictional creatures ever. One their stunning piece of biology is the complicated lifecycle they undergo, but even more exciting is their ability to adapt by ‘taking’ traits of the hosts at the parasitic larvae stage. “Perfect organism” – that’s how they’re called […]
Welcome to delifort lab. Our today’s research subject is the mutant from Marvel universe, known as the Wolverine
I love debates with creationists. Really love them. A good talk with creationists is the best source for good delicacies for thought. But… Often creationists use such pointless arguments that a proper debate cannot even start. I am not talking about particular ones, like “there are no intermediates” or “carbon dating is wrong”. I am […]
Equational languages are the second-most widespread language type in the world (coming right after verbicentric langauges). Reminder: verbicentric languages are those that set a sentence with a verb, i.e., a special word that tells “what’s happening” in the sentence and governs the actants (doers and doees). Unlike them, equational languages introduce a sentence by equating […]
If you’ve watched Star Wars and dream about intergalactic friendship between many species – I have a sad message for you. Unfortunately, our friendship with aliens is so unlikely that I’ll be tired typing zeros after a point to provide you with the probability. How so? It becomes clear when you understand what has Star […]
Evolution is a slow process. It took fish millions, if not tens of millions of years to conquer the dry land. Perhaps, that’s why evolution is met with such resistance: it is hard to accept something that you cannot see. Magical computers – they work in front of us, magical rocket ships – they fly […]
Systematics is organizing a large multitude of “objects” into subsets, for convenience or solving some task. There are many ways to achieve this: a lot of them can be found in mathematics and programming.