EUGENE M. MCCARTHY, PHD
Macrovolution.net is a website focusing on biology and evolutionary theory. Although there is a lot of educational material on this site, the plan is not so much to teach you, as to give you things think about. The theoretical portion of the site attempts to point out some problems with standard evolutionary theory and offers an alternative explanation of how new types of organisms might come into being. If you want to think about evolution and examine your beliefs, you've come to the right place. Here's an overview of what Macroevolution.net has to offer:
Macroevolution.net offers a huge amount of original material on the topics of biology and evolution. All are written for a general audience. Technical terms in the articles are linked to definitions elsewhere on the website — but the discussion is not dumbed down. Even professional biologists will find things to think about here. To give you an idea of the variety:
In addition, there are many links to sites elsewhere on the net that fill out the information offered here at Macroevolution.net (to tour images on the site, click here).
It's easy to find what you're looking for on Macrovolution.net. You can browse all the content by topic, starting from the homepage. Most of the content can be divided into six main categories:
You can also do keyword searches of the entire site from the search page.
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