Science and Environment

50 Years of DNA

Spring 2003

50 Years of DNA

Dan Cloer

Information revealed through the decoding of DNA 50 years ago has been astounding, but there is still much to be learned. Is science up to the challenge?

Equivocal Evidence

Spring 2002

Equivocal Evidence

John C. Anderson

Part Two of Vision’s look at the failings of evolutionary theory.

Winter 2002

Consumerism and the Family Farm

Dan Cloer

The family farm is all but disappearing from the American landscape, and with it a unique and vital breed: the independent farmer.
 

Winter 2002

The Long Arm of Darwin

John C. Anderson

The reach of Darwinian ideas is nothing short of amazing. It controls the educational and scientific communities and influences most other aspects of society.

Just Six Numbers

Fall 2001

Just Six Numbers

Peter Roberts

Is human life the result of many coincidences and random chance? Or is it instead the fine-tuning of the laws that govern it which have led to our existence? 

Genes, Genome and Genesis

Fall 2000

Genes, Genome and Genesis

David F. Lloyd

Surprisingly, what geneticists are seeking to discover by probing the mysteries of life was revealed long ago.

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