Tag » Homo Erectus

Sangiran; Belajar dari Masa lalu dan Kenangan

Sangiran. Pertama kali saya mendengarnya dari guru sejarah SMA. Saat itu kelas sedang membahas tentang manusia purba yang ditemukan di Pulau Jawa, dan sangiran adalah salah satu tempat yang banyak ditemukan fosil-fosil penghuni jawa jutaan tahun lalu. 581 more words


The Good, the Ugly and the Human: a Tuesday Musing

Credit: http://m1.i.pbase.com

To be a good human being is to have a kind of openness to the world, an ability to trust uncertain things beyond your own control, that can lead you to be shattered in very extreme circumstances for which you were not to blame. 434 more words


Fossils Revisited: New Methods Applied to Old Bones


In the midst of last month’s flurry of interesting paleoanthropology publications, a study published in the Journal of Human Evolution almost slipped under my radar. 676 more words

History Of Science

News Ireland daily BLOG by Donie

Friday/Saturday 27th & 28th March 2015

One third of Irish voters find Lucinda’s new party appealing

A poll shows 35% of people think Ireland definitely needs a new party. 3.515 more words

Asperger's and the Tyranny of Gene Theory

Much has been made of MtDNA  studies as a way to trace female lines of inheritance, but what do mutations in MtDna mean? These changes are random, and occur throughout time at a predictable rate: that’s all. 518 more words


A BIG Month for Paleoanthropology: March Roundup

A Jaw, Eagle Beads, & More!

To say that March was an interesting month for paleoanthropology would be a colossal understatement. March publications suggested revisions to the… 762 more words


Demystifying Depression: 2

It seems that if we want to live comfortably in modern society, there are many sacrifices we have to make. Some of them are visible: following rules, not standing out too much or too little, not betraying others, practicing tolerance, and so on. 2.875 more words

True Nature