Define natural selection and describe how it is related to the theory of evolution. How are natural selection and Darwin related?
Earth Sciences & Geology - 4 Answers - 2010-02-25 01:49:05
Natural (home-made) cosmetics are ok but I don't want to hear about the products they sell on the market.
Other - Skin & Body - 5 Answers - 2007-05-18 05:17:47
I mean it is natural, greasy (good for dry skin) and there are no harmful preservatives in it.
Or why would those expensive creams be more effective?
They always seem to sell well when they contain various 'natural extracts', so why not go for the pure natural stuff?
Other - Skin & Body - 2 Answers - 2008-01-03 17:59:45
If natural scientific law governs the universe, isn't the only compatible thinking about God, deism?
Yes, and deism suggests that sort of thing...a creator wrote the laws, and left the universe to its own devices.
Religion & Spirituality - 11 Answers - 2010-11-13 18:30:54
A. Natural selection does not always lead to evolution B. A population may evolve in ways other than through natural selection C. Natural selection is just a theory, while evolution has been proven D. The two are exactly the same and may be used interchangeably E. Darwin coined the term natural selection, but not evolution.
Biology - 1 Answers - 2008-04-27 15:17:21
How does natural selection reduce the amount of genetic variation in a population? Also, how is the relationship of natural selection to fitness and reproductive success?
Biology - 4 Answers - 2009-06-01 20:34:23
You always hear about natural cures for diseases, but you never hear of what they are or even the treatments. I've heard there is a natural cure for Herpes, diabetes, Multiple Sclerosis, and hypertension, but no one ever seems to know what they are, or where they can be found. I have even read that book 'Natural Cures "They" Don't Want You to Know About' by Kevin Trudeau and he just beats around the bush. Is there anyone out there with solid evidence and answers?
Alternative Medicine - 9 Answers - 2006-04-02 11:51:42
So I have natural hair. It's been breaking a lot. I've been researching and it seems natural oils are good for your hair. Oils like coconut, olive, castor and jojoba oil. But do you rub them in at the same time? Or a different one every day? Is there such a thing as too much oil? And when purchasing them, do I need to look for ones that specifically say for hair care?
Hair - 2 Answers - 2011-11-05 01:39:07
How do we come to know natural law and what is the primary precept of natural law? Why is there disagreement on the remote precepts of natural law?
Philosophy - 4 Answers - 2013-03-29 23:15:50
Alot of natural remedies are out there any suggestions which aresome of the best?
Infectious Diseases - 5 Answers - 2009-04-30 02:49:50