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Fossil findings complicate the theory of human evolution

Copyright (c) 2019 Baptist Press. Reprinted by Baptist Press (www.baptistpress.com), news service of the Southern Baptist Convention. The original story can be found at http://bpnews.net/53378/fossil-find-complicates-theory-of-human-evolution by Julie Borg / WORLD, written on Thursday, August 1, 2019 (11 hours ago) ASHEVILLE, N.C. (BP) – The analysis of an old human tooth seems to have taken another bite out of the evolutionary …

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BBC – Future – Strange Evolution: The Strange Future of Life on Earth

In the early 1980s, author Dougal Dixon published a cult book entitled After Man: A Zoology of the Future, in which he imagined what life would be like in millions of years. Dixon imagined shrews using their tails as parachutes, flying monkeys (or "flunkeys"), super-long snakes catching birds in the midst of flight, night sailors spearing their prey with long …

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From Apollo to Mars: The Evolution of Space Suits

Almost everyone on planet Earth saw the famous images of astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the moon. However, the most striking feature of these photographs, often overshadowed by the weight of historical performance itself, is one of the most important pieces of manned space flight missions – their spacesuits. About half a million people worked on ] NASA's …

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Bonobo diet of aquatic greens may hold clues to human evolution

Credit: Zana Clay, LuiKotale Bonobo Project              Observations of bonobos in the Congo basin foraging in swamps for aquatic herbs rich in iodine, a critical nutrient for brain development and higher cognitive abilities, may explain how the nutritional needs of prehistoric humans in the region were met. This is the first report of iodine consumption by a non-human primate BMC …

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The Jesuit astronomer is working to unlock the secrets of galactic evolution

ANN ARBOR, Michigan – Jesuit father Richard D'Souza finds Halo's fascinating. Galactic halos, that is. Not the angelic variety. It is fascinating to the astronomer of the Vatican Observatory that these halos of stars that collapsed and collapsed from another galaxy into another can provide clues to the billion-year history of a galaxy. D & # 39; Souza, a post-graduate …

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What the bright pigments of bird feathers can teach, how evolution works

House finches themselves dye with 24 carotenoid compounds from different food sources, such as Saguaro pollen. Picture credits: Alex Badyaev / tenbestphotos.com A research team led by the University of Arizona has shown that evolution is driven by the interaction of species within a community. All living beings exist in communities where they depend on resources or services provided by …

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