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The muscle of evolution

By Christopher Cudworth As a little kid you’re often more closely in contact with nature. Given the amount of time you spend on or near the ground, playing in dirt and among acorns and ants and thistles, you get a better … Continue reading

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Why the Boston Marathon is a vital symbol for social order

By Christopher Cudworth While doing some digging in the back yard to move some sidewalk pavers I tipped up a 2’ X 2’ stone and found a colony of orange ants scurrying around. Technically they were probably a species of red … Continue reading

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