to Magazine Articles
Read the Scientific American article written by Paul
Hoffman and Dan
Schrag, the two scientists featured in Noah's
First Ice Age
Scientists in this article propose that life-giving
oxygen was plentiful on our planet some 2.3 billion
years ago, much earlier than previously thought, and
was responsible for Earth's first ice age.
Search for Extraterrestrial
Science is finding that the universe abounds with the
chemistry of life, as detailed in this article by the
late Carl Sagan.
Parade of New Planets
Many extrasolar planets are unlike any found in our
solar system, prompting scientists to reconsider their
notions of how celestial bodies are formed.
Planets Orbiting Faraway Stars
Written by extrasolar planet discoverers Geoffrey W.
Marcy and R. Paul Butler in 1998, this article details
their search techniques, and the types of planets that
have been found thus far.
Read about anthropologist Mary Leaky, discoverer of
the Laetoli footprints, which are among the earliest
evidence of our bipedal ancestors.
Fossils, New Connections
Recently discovered fossils are changing some theories
about human evolution.
Off : Fossil Analysis
3-D imaging is being used by paleontologists to help
solve fossil mysteries.
and Left- Handedness
Why do some of us prefer to use our right hands
and others our left?