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We can still see these Five Traces of Ancestor Species in all Human Bodies 

Alice Clement, Flinders University. In Australia, many of us are returning to work or school after spending time with relatives over the summer period. Sometimes we can be left wondering how on earth we are related to some of these… Continue Reading →

Most Humans haven’t evolved to Cope with the Cold, yet we dominate Northern Climates

Laura Buck and Kyoko Yamaguchi, Liverpool John Moores University Humans are a tropical species. We have lived in warm climates for most of our evolutionary history, which might explain why so many of us spend winter huddled under a blanket,… Continue Reading →

One Incredible Ocean Crossing may have made Human Evolution Possible.

By Nicholas R. Longrich, University of Bath. Humans evolved in Africa, along with chimpanzees, gorillas and monkeys. But primates themselves appear to have evolved elsewhere – likely in Asia – before colonising Africa. At the time, around 50 million years… Continue Reading →

Nick Cave On Nick Drake: The Red Hand Files

Always generous with his immense talents, Nick Cave answers questions from his fans on his public blog The Red Hand Files. Here he answers the following question: I’ve always felt some sort of relation between you and Nick Drake. If… Continue Reading →

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