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Human evolution: the year 2010 in review (Part 1)
February 1, 2011 · Be The First To Comment

That’s some good-looking gombo, cher! photo credit: Southern Foodways Alliance This blog contribution aims to be like a good Louisiana seafood gumbo: thick, hearty, spicy, and made up all kinds of finger-licking ingredients (pun intended). There will be some French, which would be apropos, some Latin as well, and all kinds of discoveries related to […]

Neanderthal Controversy
March 3, 2008 · 1 Comment

As mentioned in a previous post, the question of whether or not Neanderthalers were able to have offspring continues to be hotly debated by scientists. Depending on the answer given, we would have to classify Neanderthalers either as people like us, or people very different from us. Of course, proponents of both of these statements […]

Extinction doesn’t mean failure
December 5, 2007 · Be The First To Comment

What the fossil record clearly shows is that the life forms that existed millions of years ago were successful in their own right. They lived and reproduced in numbers large enough to maintain their species over incredibly long periods of time. The term “half-evolved” therefore does not accurately represent these fossil life forms. We should […]



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