We had some help from climate change.
Even if creating human-animal “chimeras” is not intrinsically wrong, is there an ethical problem in experimenting on and harvesting organs from a creature that is part-human?
You'd think we would have evolved to not have useless, exploding organs anymore.
If it weren't for the ascent of mankind, the entire world would still look like the Serengeti, a galloping, roaring, thunderous paradise.
Everything from the microbes in our bodies to the way our food is cooked can affect the number of calories we actually consume.
A number of the tech giant's patents granted in 2015 focus on imbuing our machines with more human traits.
New research links the region of the brain associated with fear and the hormone oxytocin to the giving spirit.
It looks bad.
The first neurophysiological evidence of humans’ ability to feel for robots.
“Compared to other animals we have a disproportionately heavy hand, and a huge impact.”