When Darwin got down and dirty with his work on Barnacles (1846-1854), everyone still assumed there was no life at all in the deep sea.…View More Deep-Sea Barnacle Genomics. Because, #DarwinDay
In a very generous online experiment, science writer and blogger at Wired Science David Dobbs, is putting up his entire book Reef Madness in small…View More Reef Madness!
←Previous Lesson: Early Paradigms and Exploration Edward Forbes spent his life championing a hypothesis whose evidence was flawed and extrapolations unjustified. The idea of a…View More Deep Sea 101: Forbes’ Folly – Evidence of Deep Sea Life Ignored
This post was based on a talk I gave for Darwin Day last year at the Duke Marine Lab. Reposting in honor of Darwin Day.…View More Darwin Day Repost – Ex Omnia Conchis: Darwin And His Beloved Barnacles
As part of Darwin Day on Friday, I gave a brief talk at Duke Marine Lab during happy hour about Darwin and his beloved barnacles.…View More Ex Omnia Conchis: Darwin and His Beloved Barnacles
… is over at Southern Fried Science. Don’t forget to vote for the BEST (=me) Darwin Beard! The survivors include: “Kevin Zelnio of Deep Sea…View More From Birth to Origin: The Great Darwin Beard Challenge Finale