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May 2007

Clipmark: Evolution of Whales

Ed Babinski works on the staff of the Duke Library at Furman University, Greenville, SC.The Evolution of Whales Based on November 2001 National Geographic Magazine, "The Evolution of Whales". Covering the Evolutionary Origins of Modern Whales and Dolphin

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Ed Babinski works on the staff of the Duke Library at Furman University, Greenville, SC.The Evolution of Whales Based on November 2001 National Geographic Magazine, "The Evolution of Whales". Covering the Evolutionary Origins of Modern Whales and Dolphin

Clipmark: Israeli researchers: 'Lucy' is not direct ancestor of humans

The specific structure found in Lucy also appears in a species called Australopithecus robustus. Prof. Yoel Rak and colleagues at the Sackler School of Medicine's department of anatomy and anthropology wrote, "The presence of the morphology in both the la

Israeli researchers: 'Lucy' is not direct ancestor of humans

The specific structure found in Lucy also appears in a species called Australopithecus robustus. Prof. Yoel Rak and colleagues at the Sackler School of Medicine's department of anatomy and anthropology wrote, "The presence of the morphology in both the la

April 2007

Clipmark: AAT · shoreline adaptations in the genus Homo

Human ancestors lived in warm & water-rich milieus. * Aquatic Ape Theory of human evolution (original term E.Morgan 1982) * Aquarboreal Apes Theory of Mio-Pliocene apes (aqua=water, arbor=tree) * Amphibious Ancestors Theory of Plio-Pleistocene Homo (

AAT · shoreline adaptations in the genus Homo

Human ancestors lived in warm & water-rich milieus. * Aquatic Ape Theory of human evolution (original term E.Morgan 1982) * Aquarboreal Apes Theory of Mio-Pliocene apes (aqua=water, arbor=tree) * Amphibious Ancestors Theory of Plio-Pleistocene Homo (

Clipmark: Desert whales

Desert whalesForty million years ago a vast area of the northern part of the Egyptian Western Desert was nothing but a sea. The whole of Fayoum was submerged; it was part of the Tethys Sea. In reality, Tethys Sea was so enormously big that some scholars c

Desert whales

Desert whalesForty million years ago a vast area of the northern part of the Egyptian Western Desert was nothing but a sea. The whole of Fayoum was submerged; it was part of the Tethys Sea. In reality, Tethys Sea was so enormously big that some scholars c

Rhesus macaque genome may hold clues for human health and evolution

An international consortium of scientists has completed a draft sequence of the genome of the rhesus macaque, a species of non-human primate that is widely used for creating models of human diseases and infections. The study paves the way for researchers

February 2007

Digging Up the Past: Stone Age Camp Found In Germany - International - SPIEGEL ONLINE - News

Stone Age Camp Found In Germany Archaeologists have discovered the remains of a 120,000-year-old Stone Age hunting camp in a coal mine in Germany. It is a find of great European importance, researchers say.

Prehistoric origins of stomach ulcers uncovered

Contact: Matt Goode matt.goode@bbsrc.ac.uk Prehistoric origins of stomach ulcers uncovered. An international team of scientists has discovered that the ubiquitous bacteria that causes most painful stomach ulcers has been present in the human digestive sys

Research - Headlines - European research uncovers clues to earliest Europeans

European researchers have unearthed pieces of a skull belonging to one of the earliest Europeans known to exist. An archaeological team co-chaired by Professor Joao Zilhao of the University of Bristol discovered the cranial fragments in a cave in Romania,

Does Evolution Select For Faster Evolvers

"We have developed the first exact solution of a mathematical model of evolution that accounts for this cross-species genetic exchange," said Michael Deem, the John W. Cox Professor in Biochemical and Genetic Engineering and professor of physics and astro

ANTHROPOLOGY:No Last Word on Language Origins -- Holden 282 (5393): 1455 -- Science

Nothing is more human than speech.Human beings were anatomically ready to speak more than 150,000 years ago--but clear evidence that they were doing so does not appear for 100,000 years afterward