Tuesday, 7 October 2014

A brain has its own inner GPS

For the discovery of the function of special brain cells that constitute an analog of the Global Positioning System, European scientists have been awarded a Nobel prize in medicine this year. The winners are John O'Keefe (University College London), May-Britt Moser and Edvard I. Moser (The centre of memory biology, Norway).

Every day we discover more about the tremendous functional organization and complexity of life. As it is progressively easier to interpret the growing body of empirical evidence in light of an intelligent origin of life, it is respectively harder to explain it in the evolutionary terms of a fancy interplay of chance and the laws of nature that are blind to purpose or function.

Do you still believe in evolution?

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