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Evolution & Human Origins

We bring you all the latest news and discoveries relating to human origins and evolution. The more fossils that are unearthed, the more researchers admit that there is much that is still unknown about the evolution of humans.

Human Origins Sumatra Volcanic Eruption

Humans Did Not Live in Asia Before Sumatra Volcanic Eruption 74,000 Years Ago

A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has refuted a recent theory that modern humans lived in Asia prior to the great volcanic eruption in Sumatra 74,000 years...
Diet responsible for human evolution

Change of diet may be a key to human evolution

The debate between Darwinians , Creationists and now the Panspermians to explain the origin of man has been going on for decades and every week, new evidence is presented to try to prove either one...
Tarsier Primates

The oldest primate skeleton discovered

According to Darwin’s theory , humans are evolved from primates (monkeys, apes etc) – or at least we are somehow related to primates. Even though the evolution theory is not flawless it makes sense...
Humans Ate Neanderthals

Scientists Claim it is Unlikely Humans Ate Neanderthals

The sudden disappearance of the Neanderthals, the closest living relatives of modern humans, approximately 30,000 years ago has been perplexing archaeologists for decades. Explanations range from...
disappearance of stromatolites

Disappearance of World’s Oldest Fossils Solved

The widespread and unusual disappearance of stromatolites , the oldest known fossils on Earth, may have been caused by the presence of single-celled organisms called foraminifera. Stromatolites (“...
Fish hips human origins

Our hips and their fish origins

Evolution is a very complex topic. Since Darwin and his famous evolution theory, many things have changed and new theories have emerged. Panspermia theory is the most popular theory at the moment (...
Flour is Ancient - Grinding Machine

Flour is as old as 30,000 years

Flour is such a common ingredient that we use almost every day in soups, bread, cookies and many other types of food. Not only that but it has been used for thousands of years in almost every...
Indus Civilization - Peace and Wars

Archaeologists say the Indus civilization wasn’t nearly as peaceful as popularly thought

The Indus civilization was long believed to be a peaceful civilization, vastly different from the violent civilization of ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia. However, new research published in the...
Ancient African Coins in Australia

Amazing Discovery that Could Rewrite Australian History

According to the history books, the first person to discover Australia was Dutchman, Willem Janszoon, who landed in north Queensland in 1606 – more than 160 years before Captain Cook arrived and...
Large Neanderthal Settlement found in Greece, Mani

Large Neanderthal Settlement found in Greece

It was more than 100,000 years ago when this settlement in Mani, Southern Greece, was occupied by a large number of Neanderthals. The site is called Kalamakia Middle Paleolithic Cave. The site was...
Babylon - Common Origin in the world’s languages

In Search for a common origin in the world’s languages

We know the Babylon story in the Bible where the God(s) decided that humanity shouldn’t have a common language because obviously they could achieve wonders like the Babylon Tower that would at some...
Climate Change due to Ancient Humans

Climate Changes Linked to Ancient Human Innovations

New research has revealed that periods of abrupt climate changes led ancient humans to embark on periods of innovation and cultural expansion. The study conducted by Martin Ziegler, an earth science...
Neanderthals and their Thinking Ability

Neanderthals and their Thinking Ability

At the El Castillo Cave in Spain, a series of rock artwork puzzles anthropologists. While initially the artwork was thought to be over 40,000 years old, making it the work of Homo sapiens, recent...
Neanderthals and their Thinking Ability

Neanderthals and their Thinking Ability

At the El Castillo Cave in Spain, a series of rock artwork puzzles anthropologists. While initially the artwork was thought to be over 40,000 years old, making it the work of Homo sapiens, recent...
Frontal Lobe and Human Evolution

Human intelligence is not because of the frontal lobe as believed

The frontal lobe is the part of the brain of humans (and mammals) that is responsible for our intelligence. Up until now it was believed that because humans have a more evolved frontal lobe compared...
Minoans not Egyptians

New Study Reveals that Mysterious Minoans Were not Egyptian

A new study published in the Journal of Nature Communications has revealed that the founders of the first advanced European civilization were European and not Egyptian as previously believed. The...

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