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News In Brief

February 13, 2012


Underwater walking It has long been a feeling among paleontologists that the African lungfish, with its odd and lobe-shaped fins, similar to the ancestors of the first verterbrates to walk on land, might be a good model for our ealiest ancestors. Advertisements

Truly deeply ‘Blinded by Science’

December 14, 2011


Day by day, week by week, month by month and year by year science advances and further explains the baffling feature of the real world around us.

Quantum Quack Medicine

November 11, 2011


There are many wonders of the snake-oil salesmen in the modern world but sometimes these days we have the delights of hardware snake-oil to deal with as well. One such is the so-called “Quantum QxCI” device used for “bioenergetic health audits” and known for several years across the internet, but only just come to our […]