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headlines found matching 'Human evolution'
Wed November 24, 2021
(Scientific American)
 
 
 
47 years ago today, AL 288-1 commonly called Lucy was discovered. While it is no longer the oldest or most complete, it is the most iconic fossil documenting human evolution
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Tue November 23, 2021
(Wits University)
 
 
 
Creationists have some more fossil bones from South Africa demonstrating human evolution to ignore. This is not a repeat from 19 days ago
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Mon November 22, 2021
(Slate)
 
 
 
"Should I be concerned about my husband's inability to use a private window to browse his incredibly upsetting porn history?"
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Fri October 29, 2021
(Science Alert)
 
 
 
Humans descended from a g-g-g-g-ghost
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Thu October 28, 2021
(Science News)
 
 
 
Scientists say that after growing larger for most of human history, human brains have gotten smaller in the last 3,000 years, due to spending more time around other humans. Politics tab, we're looking at you
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Tue October 19, 2021
(IFL Science)
 
 
 
Sequel to Big Bang Theory Announced
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Thu October 14, 2021
(BookRiot)
 
 
 
The most influential sci-fi books of all time
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Tue October 12, 2021
(BBC-US)
 
 
 
We would have killed them, of course
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(BBC-US)
 
 
 
We would have killed them, of course
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Wed September 15, 2021
(Wikipedia)
 
 
 
On this day in 1976 some monkeys were throwing dung at each other when they accidentally stumbled onto a major human evolution find
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Wed September 08, 2021
(EurekAlert)
 
 
 
Neanderthal genes tell us about how old our ancestors were when they had children. The high waists and roomier cut give it away. But you know what? darn it, they're just more comfortable
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Thu September 02, 2021
(CBS 21 Harrisburg)
 
 
 
Once upon a time, Arabia was lush and green and attracted the earliest humans from Africa
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Wed August 25, 2021
(USA Today)
 
 
 
Wanna bone?
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Sun August 22, 2021
(Wikipedia)
 
 
 
On this day in 1984, ace fossil hunter Kamoya Kimeu found some pieces of bone. He and the rest of Richard Leakey's team found another and another and another until they found almost the entire skeleton of something creationists say does not exist
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Mon August 09, 2021
(Salon)
 
 
 
Fake news as an evolutionary strategy
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Tue August 03, 2021
(EurekAlert)
 
 
 
Neandertal and Denisovan blood groups deciphered, courtesy of your International Association of Paleo-Vampires, research division
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