Saturday Selections – Dec. 29, 2018

Mutations show devolution, not evolution (3 min)

Beneficial mutations do happen, but they happen via a loss of information. And such information-losing mutations offer no explanation for molecules-to-man type evolution. These beneficial mutations are, in fact, examples of devolution.

Don’t give your kids smartphones. Let them use yours.

Tedd Tripp with one brilliant tip to help teach our children to navigate the online world.

How to protect your kids in the online world

An article, and 12-minute video, with tips like: “First, you are not primarily your kids’ friend. You’re their parent. So you should parent them.” and “You bought the phone. You control the TV. You control the Internet. You set the boundaries in your house.”

The perils of banning “fake news”

Do we really want governments, and social media companies like Facebook, becoming the arbitrators of free speech? That sort of cure could be far worse than the disease.

Is 10,000 steps a day a magic number?

Some thoughts on the 10,000 steps more and more of us are trying to get each day.

What DNA duplication might look like (3 min)

Watch this and consider how much thought and intention and creativity would be needed to design a complex robot that could replicate itself.

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