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- Secular Anthropology Fails Consistently / July 26, 2015 / Creation-Evolution Headlines — by assuming long ages and by underestimating human creativity and mobility, evolutionary anthropologists keep getting surprised by evidence
- Web billionaire bankrolls search for alien signals / 24 July 2015 / Daniel Clery / Science, v.349, n.6246, p.357-358 — Yuri Milner hopes that $100 million can answer one of humanity's most enduring questions
- New life for old bones / 24 July 2015 / Elizabeth Culotta / Science, v.349, n.6246, p.358-361 — after a stormy adolescence, the field of ancient DNA enters its golden era
- Revolution in human evolution / 24 July 2015 / Ann Gibbons / Science, v.349, n.6246, p.362-366 — as it smashes disciplinary boundaries, ancient DNA is rewriting much of human prehistory
- Breaking a tropical taboo / 24 July 2015 / Lizzie Wade / Science, v.349, n.6246, p.370-371 — Most ancient DNA comes from frigid environs. Can new methods sample hot and humid locales?
- A four-legged snake from the Early Cretaceous of Gondwana / 24 July 2015 / David M. Martill, Helmut Tischlinger, and Nicholas R. Longrich / Science, v.349, n.6246, p.416-419 — a ~100-million-year-old fossil of a snake with four legs sheds light on snake evolution
- Oldest animal sperm spotted / 23 July 2015 / Nature, v.523, p.385 — cells preserved inside a 50-million-year-old fossilized worm cocoon represent the oldest animal sperm ever found
- Bacteria Share Antibiotic Resistance / July 23, 2015 / Creation-Evolution Headlines — Antibiotic resistance does not “evolve” in a Darwinian way. Rather, a new study shows that bacteria share their genetic information.