Let’s see the faces of our ancestors. We humans look like our ancestors. Aren’t we? I am not particularly fond of human species. But I am proud of some enlightened humans, among them are the scientists who tell us the truth about our universe and our evolution. Nothing is more beautiful and fascinating than the …
Tag Archive: Evolution
Apr 13 2013
Mar 19 2013
Mar 06 2013
Modern camels probably descended from a cold-dwelling ancestor. It is nice to see camels roam freely. It is not nice to see they still pull ploughs, turn waterwheels and transport tons of heavy goods along desert routes. Domesticated camels have been exploited by humans for thousands of years. They are forced to become slaves of …
Feb 13 2013
I have watched this documentary before. Today on Darwin Day, I am honoring myself by watching it again. Thanks to Richard Dawkins.
Feb 12 2013
God was killed by Darwin 154 years ago. But people still worship god, the dead god.
Jan 19 2013
Daily News: The Scientific and Technical Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK) has put a stop to the publication and sale of all books in its archives that support the theory of evolution, daily Radikal has reported. The evolutionist books, previously available through TÜBİTAK’s Popular Science Publications’ List, will no longer be provided by the council. …
Jan 06 2013
Dec 08 2012
Some catfish thrust their bodies from the shallow banks onto land where they capture pigeons and drag them back into the water and swallow them. Some dolphins and killer whales can do it. But who knows catfish can do it too!
Nov 23 2012
Humans lost their penile spines during millions of years of evolution. People believed ‘humans evolved smooth penises as a result of adopting a more monogamous reproductive strategy than their early human ancestors. Those ancestors may have used penile spines to remove the sperm of competitors when they mated with females.’ But it is not the …
Oct 24 2012
Grandmothering was the initial step toward making us who we are. For years, anthropologists and evolutionary biologists have struggled to explain the existence of menopause, a life stage that humans do not share with our primate relatives. Why would it be beneficial for females to stop being able to have children with decades still left …