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Worm-eating mice show how evolution works on islands

One of the most herbivorous species of mouse that owes its home island Mindoro a place as the smallest known island where one species has evolved to many more. Credit: L. R. Heaney, The Field Museum Australia has a number of kangaroo species, Madagascar has many species of lemurs, the Galapagos Islands have rock-sized turtle islands that many cool animals …

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Knight supports the evolution of the NASA authorization bill – Santa Clarita Valley Signal

Congressman Steve Knight, R-Palmdale, voted with members of the Science, Space, and Technology Committee on NASA's 2018 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Act on Tuesday. Vote on the Bill has approved about $ 21 billion for various science, research and technology programs. The final version of the Bill contains several key provisions of the Aeronautics Innovation Act, HR 3033. The …

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Michael Ironside talks about the story of the evolution of Sam Fisher's voice in the new video

Splinter Cell Protagonist Sam Fisher celebrated his triumphant return last week when it was announced that he would soon be in Ubisoft's Ghost Recon Wildlands at an upcoming event. Now the productive voice behind the character has talked about his own return to the character. In a recent video by Ubisoft, Sam Fisher voice actor Michael Ironside discusses his journey …

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Eyebrows could have played a major role in human evolution, researchers say

If you have not noticed, we humans have expressive eyebrows that play an important role in the non-verbal communication of our feelings and thoughts. This property could have had a significant impact on the evolution of our species, researchers from the University of York, England The ancestors of modern humans once had a very pronounced ridge on the forehead and …

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Raise eyebrows: How evolution gave us expressive faces Science

Modern humans might never have raised a questioning eyebrow when Homo sapiens had not lost the thick, bony brows of his ancient ancestors in favor of smoother facial features, according to a new study. The University of York believes that early humans wore pronounced brow combs as a sign of physical dominance, and as the human face evolved to become …

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How expressive eyebrows helped shape human evolution

Mobile, expressive eyebrows give people the opportunity to express a broader range of emotions and emotions, and to add subtlety and nuance to our interpersonal relationships. Eyebrows on Fleek: Model of a Modern Human Skull Next to Kabwe 1. Image Credits: Paul O'Higgins, University of York If you think about it, Homo sapiens does not really have much dominant species. …

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The evolution of the race to the cosmos

In his book "The Space Barons: Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and the Quest for the Cosmos," Christian Davenport explores the new story surrounding modern space racing: affluent individuals from private companies competing to reach the stars. Read the following excerpt of the Blue Source headquarters in Seattle and the rapidly changing space industry. They had their first glimpse of 25,000 …

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