Posts Tagged ‘Extrapolations’

Macroevolution, microevolution and chemistry: the devil is in the details

Professor James M. Tour, who is one of the ten most cited chemists in the world, has been publicly criticized for forthrightly declaring in an online essay that while microevolution (or small changes within a species) is well-understood by scientists, there is no scientist alive today who understands how macroevolution is supposed to work, at… more

A world-famous chemist tells the truth: there’s no scientist alive today who understands macroevolution

Porfessor James M. Tour is one of the ten most cited chemists in the world. He is famous for his work on nanocars (pictured above, courtesy of Wikipedia), nanoelectronics, graphene nanostructures, carbon nanovectors in medicine, and green carbon research for enhanced oil recovery and environmentally friendly oil and gas extraction. He is currently a Professor… more

Planet may be near tipping point, study warns

STANFORD (US) — The planet may be nearing a critical threshold, beyond which environmental changes will be rapid and unpredictable, according to a new study.Most current predictions of environmental change are based on extrapolations from current tre…

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