Dr. Pennilyn (Penny) Higgins is a Research Associate in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Rochester. Penny’s research interests include: Stable isotope geochemistry of biogenic apatite and of carbonate minerals; annual-scale studies of ancient climate and dietary sources of fossil vertebrates using stable isotopes of tooth and bone apatite; atmospheric CO2 concentration and effects on plant metabolism through geologic time; uranium geochemistry and its relation to uranium ore deposition and fossil preservation; vertebrate taphonomy; and application of GIS to problems in paleontology.
May 16, 2008
I recently attended a showing of Ben Stein's new movie "Expelled."
September 26, 2007
It is best to fully understand the point of view of those with whom you disagree before you engage them in discussion.
September 13, 2006
A common argument of creationism is that no transitional forms between major organismal groups.
September 9, 2006
A common argument of creationism is that no transitional forms between major organismal groups...
March 1, 2006
Why "Intelligent Design" (ID) is not science, and why, therefore, it should not be taught in a science curriculum.
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