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  • The TalkOrigins Archive - Provides a number of essays and articles on various aspects of biology and evolutionary theory.
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  • Alec's Evolution Pages - Essays, articles, resources and links presenting scientific evidence for evolution and refuting creationist arguments. Demonstrates fallacies of Young Earth Creationism and Intelligent Design.
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  • Beliefs of U.S. Public About Evolution and Creation - Presents and discusses the results of polls (from Gallup, About.com, and other sources) of various economic, educational, and religious groups about evolution and creation.
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  • Derek Hough on Evolutionary Theory - Article by Derek Hough asserting that Darwin would never have believed in neo-Darwinism. He knew that the source of variety was the missing link in his theory.
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  • Development of Evolutionary Theory - Chapter from the Online Biology Book covering this subject in detail.
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  • Did Birds Evolve from Dinosaurs? - Article by Dr Marc Surtees arguing that the fossil record does not appear to provide indisputable evidence for the theory that birds evolved from theropod dinosaurs.
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  • Dinobuzz: Are Birds Really Dinosaurs? - Article examining the evolution of birds.
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  • The Dinosaur Origin and Extinction - Essay by Svend Palm.
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  • Evolution Directory - Provides a means for evolutionary biologists, population biologists and scientists in related areas to post and distribute information about jobs, meetings, news and general announcements.
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  • The Evolution Evidence Page - A collection of articles about evolution, most of which deal primarily with human evolution, from a variety of sources. They include discussion of the anatomical, fossil and genetic evidence.
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  • Evolution of Evolvability - This paper shows how evolution tunes the content and frequency of genetic variation to enhance its evolvability, organising genetic systems into hierarchies. Genetic evolution is neither random nor blind.
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  • Evolution Update - A tool for academic research in evolutionary biology and its associated controversies.
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  • Evolution's Arrow - Web version of a book written by John Stewart about the direction of evolution and the future of humanity.
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  • Evolution, Biology and Taxonomy - Provides articles on the history of the theory of evolution and the basics of biological evolution. Includes forums only available to members.
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  • Evolution, Complexity and Philosophy - Hans-Cees Speel discusses evolution in biology, philosophy, artificial intelligence and memetics.
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  • Evolution: Darwin - Supporting material for the "Evolution" TV series. Includes informative activities.
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  • Evolution: The Panda's Thumb - One of the classic stories of evolution is the riddle of the giant panda's thumb.
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  • The Evolutionary Tales - Recasting of Chaucer's "The Canterbury Tales" to present evolutionary theory and the pseudo-scientific nature of "creation science" and "intelligent design," by Ronald L. Ecker. Full text available online.
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  • Frozen Evolution - Information on a book by Professor Jaroslav Flegr describing a variation on the theory of evolution, the frozen plasticity theory.
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  • Horse Evolution - Article by Kathleen Hunt.
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  • Introduction to Phylogeny - University of California Museum of Paleontology virtual exhibit explores the relationship of phylogeny and evolution.
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  • Macroevolution.net - Gene McCarthy, a geneticist, provides an in-depth discussion of macroevolution and its probable causes and, in the process, reviews the history of evolutionary thought.
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  • Map of Life - Examples of convergent evolution.
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  • The Modern View of Evolution - Chapter from the Online Biology Book covering this subject in detail.
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  • Monkey Trials - A blog about evolution, creation and 'all that jazz', by high school biology teacher Scott Hatfield.
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  • The Panda's Thumb - Group weblog on evolutionary theory, the claims of the anti-evolution movement, and the defence of the integrity of both science and science education.
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  • The Peppered Moth - Article about the peppered moth where natural selection had caused a change in populations, long held out to be a demonstration of evolution in progress.
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  • Radiation of the First Animals - Illustrated lecture transcript by Dr. Jere Lipps. Discussion of the evolutionary record of the pre-Cambrian period and the Cambrian explosion, including the traces and impacts of non-skeletal life forms.
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  • Replicators: Evolutionary Powerhouses - Extensive and interactive educational resource providing information on biological and cultural evolution, language development and philosophy.
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  • Scientific American: 15 Answers to Creationist Nonsense - Review and critique of popular arguments against the theory of evolution by natural selection.
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  • Songbird Shows How Evolution Works - BBC News article about study on Himalayan songbirds that suggests how one species can evolve into two.
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  • The Story of Human Evolution - An step-by-step explanation of natural evolution from the Big Bang to the rise of civilization.
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  • Synapsids and the Evolution of Mammals - Article from Truth in Science describing Professor Donald Prothero's view that the evolution of mammals from their ancestors, the synapsids, provides an excellent example of a transitional sequence.
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  • Triumph of Life - Companion to PBS series on evolution. Features essays, video clips, and special interactive features that explore the story of life on Earth.
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  • Unicellular Organisms: Origin of Life - Chapter from an online book entitled "A Review of the Universe: Structures, Evolutions, Observations, and Theories".
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  • University of Brussels: Evolutionary Processing Group - Design of hierarchical less-than-formally rational computational systems and the investigation of "lifelike" information processing.
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  • Vertebrate Flight Exhibit - Explores the physics of vertebrate flight, with particular emphasis on its origins and evolution.
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  • Zen Philosophy and Adaptation via Natural Selection - Article by Vaclav Petr on this subject.
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  • Australian Broadcasting Corporation: Genetic Signature for Darwinian Evolution - Article on research by geneticist David Moore and colleagues who examined the evolution of the cane toad's ability to resist its own deadly toxin. (May 20, 2009)
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