We didn't get smarter, but just got together

We Didn’t Get Smarter, We Just Got Together

Filed under: Ancient human migration, Evolutionary psychology, Human Nature | No Comments

The main function of these posts is to interpret new scientific findings in the paradigm of human evolution portrayed in this blog. In the last few months, I have lapsed in keeping up with breaking developments in the field because I have been busy writing an essay on the subject, having posted some of the …

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Migration part of us from get-go

Migration Part of Us from Get-Go

Filed under: Ancient human migration, Evolution of Emotion, Sexual Selection

In the January 26th issue of Science, Chris Stringer of London’s Natural History Museum and colleague, Julia Galway-Witham have an article that accompanies a research paper of a major fossil find in Israel: The skeletal features of our species, Homo sapiens, include a globular braincase, brow ridges that are divided into central and side portions, …

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Fossil DNA Clarifying Human Migration

Filed under: Ancient human migration, History

In a review article in this week’s Science (358:1269), a review article by Christopher Bae, Katarina Douka, and Michael Retraglia review the progress in elucidating the migration of Homo sapiens out of Africa. Abstract: The traditional “out of Africa” model, which posits a dispersal of modern Homo sapiens across Eurasia as a single wave at …

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