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Dr. Dan Kuebler2 min read

Evolutionary Psychology Examples and More With Dr. Dan Kuebler [VIDEO]

Dr. Kuebler shares evolutionary psychology examples, his views on bias in science, and his personal interest in philosophy that led him his biology career.
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Purposeful Universe< 1 min read

Evolutionary Theories — Human Diet and Monogamy [VIDEO]

How has evolution affected our psychology? Does evolutionary history suggest that we are more inclined to polygamous relationships?
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Dr. Dan Kuebler< 1 min read

Tribalism Making a Comeback? In-Group Bias in Evolutionary Psychology

Tribalism and group bias may be hardwired into our psychology. Listen to Dr. Dan Kuebler on what this may mean for how we treat fellow human beings.
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Purposeful Universe< 1 min read

Proteins, Amino Acids, and Evolution [VIDEO]

Proteins, amino acids, and evolution are fundamental to the structure of organisms. In a way, poteins demonstrate the existence of order in our world.
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The Camera-like Eye and Evolution [VIDEO]

In this video Dr. Dan Kuebler describes how the camera-like eye, present in a variety of animal species (including humans), is an example of "convergence".
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Dr. Robert Kurland, Ph.D.3 min read

How Did Life Begin on Earth?

How Did Life Begin on Earth some 3.6 billion years go? This is called abiogenesis.
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Purposeful Universe< 1 min read

Order, Chance, and Design in Evolution

Does biological evolution depend on chance, order, or a combination of both? In this article, Dr. Kuebler explores: Why God and evolution are not mutually exclusive. What would have happened if the ...
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Maggie Ciskanik, M.S., MSc.6 min read

Theories of Evolution Before Darwin

The name of Charles Darwin and the theory of evolution are so closely linked that most people are unaware of the history of the theory “before” Darwin. Fortunately, the history of science is far from ...
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