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About Homo naledi

by Daniel Brouse In 2015, a new human-like species discovered in South Africa was named Homo naledi. Neledi is a Sotho name originated in South Africa meaning “the morning shining star”. Homo naledi is different than any other primitive human. Naledi has a tiny brain that is about the size of a gorilla’s. The pelvis […]

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Climate Change Immigrants and Refugees

By Daniel Brouse EARTH — As human induced climate change is realized, mammals have started showing patterns of migration. Some conditions are driving animals south due to the loss of their habitat (mostly animals living on ice, such as, seals and polar bears.) Some conditions are allowing animals to migrate further north (like humpback whales.) […]

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Dolphin Intelligence

Man has always assumed that he is more intelligent than dolphins because he has achieved so much — the wheel, New York, wars and so on — while all the dolphins had ever done was muck about in the water having a good time. But, conversely, the dolphins had always believed that they were far […]

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The Missing Link

Scientists have unveiled partial skeletons of the two million-year-old species Australopithecus sediba that were discovered in South Africa in 2008. “All of the research so far shows that sediba had a mosaic of primitive traits and newer traits that suggest it was a bridge between earlier australopiths and the first humans,” said Professor Debbie Guatelli-Steinberg […]

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Grasshoppers Pump-up the Volume for Sex

What do grasshoppers do to deal with human’s noise pollution?   PARIS – For city grasshoppers, noise just isn’t cricket.  Loud traffic drowns out the song the male grasshopper makes, rubbing a toothed file on his hind legs against a protruding vein on his front wings, to lure a mate. But, German biologists have discovered, […]

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Linux Wisdom: Flying Saucers

When you login to a computer server running on Linux, it gives you free words of wisdom. After posting the article on the Voyager Golden Records, these words happen to appear: Flying saucers on occasion Show themselves to human eyes. Aliens fume, put off invasion While they brand these tales as lies.

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Voyager Golden Record

The Voyager Golden Records are phonograph records which were included aboard both Voyager spacecraft, which were launched in 1977. They contain sounds and images selected to portray the diversity of life and culture on Earth, and are intended for any intelligent extraterrestrial life form, or for future humans, who may find them. “This is a […]

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