Did you know today’s peach bears little resemblance to one harvested in 4,000 B.C.? Engineered evolution makes me wonder: Are our peaches really “natural?”
Most researchers believed that woolly mammoths fed on grass 50,000 years ago in the arctic tundra. Their poop tells another story. They loved flowers.
Are we doomed to struggle with obesity? One expert suggests that evolution may be part of the puzzle.
The first time I popped a jelly belly bean into my mouth, I was taken aback. It was a chilly mango jelly belly and I hadn’t checked. I both admired [ … ]