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New Human Evolution Theory: We Won Not Because of Smarts but Because of Versatility - Haaretz


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The evidence for any theory of human evolution is scanty in the extreme. The Denisovans are known from a handful of peripheral bones, we don't know completely where Neanderthals really ranged or when (or why) they died out – and the less confidently ...

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UNIAN: Chornobyl nuclear power plant's head resigns over dispute with ecology ministry - Kyiv Post


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General Director of the Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) Ihor Hramotkin has submitted his resignation because of disagreements with the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine on strategically important projects. Read more here. Found a ...

"Hobbit" Discovered: Tiny Human Ancestor Found in Asia

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Scientists have found skeletons of a human species that grew no larger than a three-year-old modern child. The species lived with pygmy elephants and giant lizards on a remote island in Indonesia. From National Geographic.

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    Hobbit-Like Human Ancestor Found in Asia
    Scientists have found skeletons of a human species that grew no larger than a three-year-old modern child. The species lived with pygmy elephants and giant lizards on a remote island in Indonesia.

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    Hobbit-Like Human Ancestor Found In Asia

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