Posts Tagged ‘birds’

Analiese’s Reading 5/23

Medical advance may give leg up; Pawlenty says no medical marijuana; birds carry grudges; anticipated Iraqi crop failures blamed on Turkey; contextualizing Gabriel García Márquez; and mental illness or the work of God?

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Analiese’s Reading 5/16

Toxic waste: biggest class action case ever in Britain; e-waste; bad news for birds.

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A Blogospheric Note

We are happy to announce, and to celebrate, the one hundredth edition of the blog carnival, I and the Bird.

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Consider the Lowly Bird

If we step outside of our chauvinistic inclination to look at evolution as a process with humans as the teleological result of its process, the unfolding story of life’s continual divergence makes even more sense. As Klink illustrates, we are but a small twig on a minor branch of the Tree of Life and not necessarily its crown.

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