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Early humans migrated to Israel

jewishpress.com How Carmel Cave Rodent Changed Scientists’ Understanding of Human Evolution “The tiny remains of the animals we examined are of paramount importance to the study of human evolution. With the help of fossils, one can determine under what conditions … Continue reading

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Another error in evolution theory

phys.org The most popular textbook example of punctuated evolution debunked The idea of fast-track evolution during speciation has been controversial. Critics of the theory of punctuated equilibrium found it difficult to believe that the evolutionary processes leading to new species … Continue reading

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Speech is puzzle of evolution

laboratoryequipment.com Chimpanzees Help Trace the Evolution of Human Speech The rhythm of chimpanzee lip-smacks also exhibit a speech-like signature—a critical step toward a possible solution to the puzzle of speech evolution. Monday, June 1, 2020 Press Release University of Warwick … Continue reading

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New book on evolution and ID

evolutionnews.org Book Excerpt: A Factory That Builds Factories That Build Factories That… Origin-of-life researchers, to their credit, haven’t been satisfied with thought experiments alone. There has been a great deal of effort expended over the past couple of decades trying … Continue reading

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Ancient plant sheds light on evolution

phys.org New ancient plant captures snapshot of evolution The new species, together with the previously described plant group Chaleuria of the same age, represents the first evidence of more advanced reproductive biology in land plants. The next example doesn’t appear … Continue reading

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We have to respect nature

cnet.com Jane Goodall’s Earth Day message: ‘Without hope there’s no point in continuing on’ If we don’t learn from this lesson that we should show more respect and we should try to protect the natural world, there will be another … Continue reading

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We need global cooperation not conflict

Microbial epidemics will continue to plague the world Pathogenic microbes have been a scourge since the dawn of civilization and will continue to plague the world. In this era of globalization, we will need a global system of cooperation to … Continue reading

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New theory on origin of life

phys.org Researchers move one step further towards understanding how life evolved by University of Oxford Reprinted from: https://phys.org/news/2019-12-life-evolved.html December 18, 2019 Credit: CC0 Public Domain A fundamental problem for biology is explaining how life evolved. How did we get from … Continue reading

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