By: Dawn Taylor
"The Ancient Springs Talk" Unlike any other species on the planet, we humans hold onto our past heritages. We search out our genealogy and cling to days gone by. We learn from our past victories and failures. We see who we were and who we...
By: Dawn Taylor
"A Trip Back in Time"Based on Article: "Exploring the past"from Sun-Herald.com, January 15, 2005 There is a wondrous place in North Port, Florida. This place holds a wealth of knowledge about the people who once settled there and the lives that they lived. The...
By: Jonte Rhodes
Bipedalism simply means to walk on two limbs rather then the more common four limbs. It is a popular misconception that humans are the only animals that do this. Certainly bipeds are a lot rarer than quadrupeds (those that use four limbs for movement). But...
By: Mike King
Most studies suggest that fertility rates decline in populations, human or animal, when environmental factors are hostile to further population increase or where it would not be in the organisms' interest to continue unchecked. Hostile factors include over-crowding, famine and drought, war, and diseases that...
By: Dawn Taylor
"Archeology and Anthropology in Court:The Battle for the Kennewick Man" For centuries the battle between science and cultures has been waged all over the world in courtrooms. The findings of anthropologists and archeologists vs. the tribes and cultures of the lands, which they excavate. One...
By: Steve Lussing
We must always be prepared for a paradigm shift in our thinking on subjects like human evolution. Nothing is etched in stone. We are still in the process of reconstructing the progress of the evolution of this world from its early beginnings and of the...
By: Anne StClair
When we think about evolution we usually mean biological evolution, which is the gradual change in species and the development of new species over a long period of time. There are several other categories however, such as cosmological, physical and chemical evolution.The word evolution...
By: Christine G.
The evolution of our species is a subject of great interest and controversy. Evolutionary history continues to be revised as more discoveries are made. If we know where we came from, perhaps we will have a better idea where we are going. Humans are relative...
By: Aaron Hanlon
One of the most fascinating aspects of human evolution, is why did it begin? What happened deep in the time line of humanity that was so radical, so different to what all the other primates were doing that it was to kick start the evolution...
By: Roy C Dudgeon
The Malthusian Dillema: Where Do We Stand?As most anyone knows, human population levels are a key concern when it comes to the sustainability of industrial society. The reason is simple. There are a finite amount of resources on the Earth. Each person, depending upon...

 

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