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Second Law of Thermodynamics

František Baluška: Evolutionary Science 'Stuck' on Wrong Track, Situation 'Out of Control'

Suzan Mazur | Posted 04.13.2015 | Science
Suzan Mazur

Plants arrive much later in evolutionary history than animals -- hundreds of millions of years later. And Baluška thinks they arose as a result of the symbiosis of fungi and algae. He argues, contrary to the standard view, that rooted plants are not "advanced algae."

But Time Meanwhile Is Flying

Mario Livio | Posted 01.27.2013 | Science
Mario Livio

The fact that we have an arrow of time is a direct consequence of the initial cosmological conditions. Since we appear to be living in a forever-accelerating universe, the entropy will continue to rise, leading eventually to a cold death.