By: W D Adkins
The Future of Human EvolutionThe fossil records tell us that modern humans evolved from ape-like predecessors. While we do not know the full story of that process (and probably never will), recent advances the analysis of mitochondrial DNA show that all humans alive today trace...
By: Rena Sherwood
Since the first feathered reptiles appeared 200 million years ago, birds have undergone phenomenal changes to survive in rapidly changing environments. Birds are far from through evolving. They will continue to adapt through whatever changes the future has in store for them.GlidersThe earliest ancestors...
By: Shane Christensen
Although the theory of evolution is widely accepted as scientific fact by many, a backlash still exists against this train of thought by those who feel it is an insult to their religious sensibilities. But the reality is that the truth lies somewhere in between...
By: Rev. R. D. Brown
The future evolution of animals will driven almost exclusively by human activity. Whether we look at wild animals, domestic livestock, or pets it is man that will have the greatest effect on their evolution and survival in the future.Wild animals will be forced to...
By: May Monten
Predators play a significant role in evolution. For prey animals, predators are a threat in their environment. Some individual prey animals will be better able to escape from predators than others. Those individuals will survive to pass on their genes, including genes for traits that...
By: Stefan Joosten
he evolution of man is characterized by an ever greater dominance of the world around him. And with that dominance man changed the world in ways intended and unintended. At first the effects were small, but they soon started to ripple and the seeds were...
By: JM Van Horn
In 1859, Charles Darwin published a controversial idea that all living things had evolved through a process of natural selection. As a result, Darwin created a topic that everyone has an opinion on one way or another. Are humans created by a divine being who...
By: Aaron Hanlon
Man, it must be said has had a profound impact on the planet Earth, more so than any other creature that went before him. And all within the last 50,000 years, an incredibly short time given that life has existed on the planet for...
By: Charles Q Blair
There is an abundance of proofs that one could call evidence of evolution that we know of today. Although the articles in this topic are discussing Biological Evolution, there are other types that can show that Evolution is true. We could take language, for example...
By: Charles Q Blair
It is all but impossible to assess the future of evolution as we cannot say for sure which mutations and genetic variations will prove advantageous and get a foot hold in the population.Perhaps though we can draw some ideas from looking at our recent...

 

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