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Eugenics: Dark Past of Selective Breeding

Sir Francis Galton, Victorian psychologist and scientist, was by all accounts a genius. He was responsible for inventions such as the weather map and classifying fingerprints for use in forensic science. He also began studying short term climate change in…

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Rewriting the Race Categories

Race is a word that comes with cultural, phenotypic and genotypic connotations. This mix of attributes usually leads to controversy and confusion. Sometimes at the degree that some people claim that the concept of race is meaningless, and therefore should…

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DNA Testing For Adoptees

While using genealogy tracking websites like is a good place to start for those seeking to trace their roots, adoptees face a unique set of challenges. Individual laws governing the release of adoption information vary state to state, and…

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European Tribes… And How to Make Them

The year’s 2166, it’s been 300 years since Mendel spent too much time observing peas and came out with the concept of Mendelian inheritance which sparked the beginning of Modern genetics. In non-scientific news, the Simpsons showrunners have announced that…

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Why a Well Designed Website Adds Value

When you choose to take your brand online, one of the first steps is effective web development. A well-designed website adds to your business’ success, increases its professional outlook, as well as builds its credibility on the digital space. While…

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Maritime Security Vessel Protection

Maritime Security Vessel Protection, what is it? Vessels and ships are very often at risk from criminal activity in many parts of the world by way of piracy or armed robbery. This has been prevalent with the increase of pirate…

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