The environment plays an essential role in evolution. In a Darwinian sense, it determines which individuals and species will survive through the inexorable engine of natural selection. But a large number of environmental factors can also impact evolution and biology more directly, through epigenetic means: traits can shift through exposures to temperature and light or in response to nutritional parameters such as high fat or caloric restriction diets. A host of chemicals or toxins from plants and the general environment can impact phenotypic variation and health.
Albert Einstein is a true science hero, not only because of his genius and physics theories, but also
because of his philosophy and compassion for the universe and its creatures.
Einstein's groundwork in physics made possible technology as we know it today, from the space
shuttle to the Internet we're using right now. While it may also be said that his work led to the
development of nuclear warfare, he himself was a peaceful man.
Albert Einstein is truly the father of modern science.
Michael from Los Angeles wrote:
Albert Einstein was a scientific genius, but he was so much more. Besides his discovery of nuclear fission, he was a pacifist who agonized over his part in the creation of the nuclear age. ____________________________ A poem by Richard Duffy While sipping a cup of coffee with thoughts of Einstein, my mind went aloft, as you can readily see: With his divine and ordained intellect, man can,
while infiltrating and sifting through, the galactic
phenomena which lies abode within our cosmic
enterprise, solve the riddle of reason. And let the pestilence, that which man hath
created, be that of politics and big business;
he pulls us into his web-the etiology of his
greed-and it shall cease to exist, and man shall
once again, come together in that moment
of peace; peace unto God's Universe. For it is not without reward that man, in doing so,
will, reap the harvest from the trees of the past,
and uncover the solution-the truth-that lies abode
in the cosmos. The truth is there, but we must reach
out, beyond ourselves, and touch the reality that lives. Richard V. Duffy
June 4th, 2000
Dana Meachen Rau
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The antihero also plays a prominent role in films noir such as Double Indemnity (1944) and Night and the City (1950),  [ unreliable source? ] in gangster films such as The Godfather (1972) and Goodfellas (1990),  and in Western films , especially the Revisionist Western and Spaghetti Western . [ citation needed ] Lead figures in these westerns are often morally ambiguous, such as the " Man with No Name ", portrayed by Clint Eastwood in A Fistful of Dollars (1964), For a Few Dollars More (1965) and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966).  [ unreliable source ]