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Human development was based around increasing brain neurons

Vanderbilt - Size matters when it comes to human evolution, although the advancement in cognitive thinking owes more to the concentration of neurons than it does to the size of the brain, according to a new study.

Chimpanzees show the skills necessary for cooking

A research group at Harvard studied Chimpanzees in order to gain an insight as to how humans evolved the skills to cook.

How were Neanderthals different? New remains give pointers

Leioa - A review of remains, originally recovered from a leading Neanderthal archaeological site in France over 40 years ago, highlights the differences between Neanderthals and humans.

Human evolution linked to dietary changes 3.5 million years ago

Carbon analyses of fossilized tooth enamel indicate that early humans expanded their diet to include savannah grasses and succulents some 3.5 million years ago, marking a definitive shift in human evolution.

Harvard geneticist suggests cloning Neanderthals for diversity

A genetics professor at Harvard University says scientists have developed the technology to clone long extinct Neanderthals. He says the only obstacles are laws prohibiting cloning and finding a human female who is willing to carry the baby.

Op-Ed: New theory for evolution discovered in the world's DNA

A major medical and scientific breakthrough from coded and non-coded DNAs has enormous implications for humans and planetary evolution. Scientists have found an entire universe existing in one cell, forming the basis for a new evolutionary theory.

Humans living at dimly lit latitudes evolved bigger eyes, brains

Scientists from the University of Oxford announced they have linked the evolution of bigger eyes and extra brain size for visual processing to living in dimmer polar lighting conditions: through longer winters with shorter days, under more cloudy skies.

Report: evolution of language supports human’s African origin

Auckland - A study carried out on the diversity of speech units or phonemes in 504 languages around the world has concluded that human speech has a single origin located in central and southern Africa.

Are humans evolving in reverse? An interview with Dr. Uner Tan Special

Uner Tan syndrome is a landmark discovery in the world of evolutionary biology and in science as a whole. Its discoverer Dr. Uner Tan explain what convinced him to conclude that it was reverse evolution and not disability that he discovered in Turkey.

Op-Ed: Ape with a twist suggests chimps evolved from early humans

Wind up your theologians, this is going to be an interesting exercise in anthro-apologia for everyone. Research on a hominid called Ardipithecus suggests that evolution has been at work, with chimps as descendants from proto human forms of hominids.
 

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3-D reconstruction of the auditory ossicle of a two-year-old Neanderthal.
3-D reconstruction of the auditory ossicle of a two-year-old Neanderthal.
University of the basque Country
Skeleton and restoration model of Neanderthal (La Ferrassie 1). Exhibit in the National Museum of Na...
Skeleton and restoration model of Neanderthal (La Ferrassie 1). Exhibit in the National Museum of Nature and Science, Tokyo, Japan.
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A representation of human evolution at Down House.
A representation of human evolution at Down House.
The Earth is going through a  frequency sweep   evolving from low to high frequencies. The frequency...
The Earth is going through a "frequency sweep," evolving from low to high frequencies. The frequency is now rising above a base pulse of 7.8 cycles per second. All cellular patterns must follow suit with an increase in their frequencies.
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