Homo naledi: a new relative to say goodbye to

 

COVER IS FOR YOUR ONE-TIME EXCLUSIVE USE ONLY AS A TIE-IN WITH THE OCTOBER 2015 ISSUE OF NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE. NO SALES, NO TRANSFERS. COVER MAY NOT BE CROPPED OR ALTERED IN ANY WAY. ©National Geographic  Paleoartist John Gurche used fossils from a South African cave to reconstruct the face of Homo naledi, the newest addition to the genus Homo.  Photo by Mark Thiessen/National Geographic

COVER IS FOR YOUR ONE-TIME EXCLUSIVE USE ONLY AS A TIE-IN WITH THE OCTOBER 2015 ISSUE OF NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE. NO SALES, NO TRANSFERS. COVER MAY NOT BE CROPPED OR ALTERED IN ANY WAY. ©National Geographic
Paleoartist John Gurche used fossils from a South African cave to reconstruct
the face of Homo naledi, the newest addition to the genus Homo.
Photo by Mark Thiessen/National Geographic

 

Scientist who found new human species accused of playing …

http://www.theguardian.com › Science › Anthropology
Oct 24, 2015 – The palaeontologist whose team found Homo naledi has been criticised for rushing his findings and making basic errors.
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Homo naledi: new species of ancient human discovered, claim

http://www.theguardian.com › Science › Anthropology

Sep 10, 2015 – Bones found in South African cave are Homo naledi, a new species of ancient human relative, say researchers, but some experts are sceptical …

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Ancient human relative Homo naledi would have been …

http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/homonaledi-hands-feet-1.3260216

Oct 7, 2015 – Homo naledi, the ancient human relative whose fossils have been retrieved from a South African cave, may have been handy with tools and …

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Homo naledi, a new species of human, discovered in a cave …

http://www.telegraph.co.uk › News › Science › Science News

Sep 10, 2015 – At least 15 skeletons of the species – named Homo Naledi – were found hidden deep in a cave dubbed the ‘Star Chamber’ in which is thought to …

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Why do we need to not be animals with problem solving and creating problem skills?

Publish or Perish, Science Public Relations vs Science Method of peer review.

what I think is the most funny is this idea that Establishment Science agrees, when those are the peerage best to assess and find the flaws or corroborate

yes,it’s about the science and the knowledge, but who doesn’t want to be in the footnote as the one who figured it out

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2 travels that leaped bounds

Charles Darwin made observations and he wrote them down and shared them with very few. The method of science is a discovery process, often shattering beliefs to understand what one is seeing. It is not about one person’s best guess, other … Continue reading

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Homo Sapiens: Risen Apes, not Magic Dirt

If we had discovered the bonobos before the chimps, we’da had a whole different understanding in psychology; but mostly — if not for the puritanical religions – we would have been able to develop sciences on more accurate data instead … Continue reading

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Planet of the Apes: The Franchise

     Planet of the Apes a series of future horror, but enjoy this capture humans playset! theatrical releases, comic books, a cartoon series spin off, a live action tv series, then cult status and REBOOT meh I prefer the … Continue reading

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