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Out of Africa just once? DNA offers fresh look at humanity's family roots

Three human genome studies published Wednesday in Nature provide new clues as to when Homo sapiens, our earliest anatomically modern human ancestors, first left Africa. 92 kata lagi

The Christian Science Monitor

Are Humans Becoming More God-Like?

Extract from an interview with Yuval Noah Harari, Professor of History, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, November 15, 2015, author of Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind… 521 kata lagi

My Genome and Me

Recently I sent the National Geographic genome project my DNA sample—on two Q-tips swabbed inside my mouth—and got back a report on the whereabouts of my ancestors over the last 50,000 years or so. 575 kata lagi

Chain Of Life

Fellow Sapien, Know Thyself.

In “Sapiens – A Brief History of Humankind” Yuval Noah Harari explains how our species, the Homo Sapien, evolved from an inconsequential average mammal to the one that now dominates the planet. 1.027 kata lagi


Poem: Difference demolished

By: Sunil Sharma

In a fluid world away from this one of stricter boundaries
float creatures otherwise denied and banished from the
kingdom of the Homo sapiens, the ones evolved… 126 kata lagi


Aging Well – As a member of an astonishing species

“Man is the only animal that blushes. Or needs to.” – Mark Twain

Homo sapiens: That’s the scientific name of the primate group of animals we humans belong to. 1.120 kata lagi

Aging Well