1. This finding follows other recent studies showing that Neanderthals and Homo sapiens didn't just spear, slaughter, and devour wooly mammoths. They patiently soaked and ground beans, lentils, and wild mustard for their meals.
  2. 'Bizarre' Finding Changes the Way We Think About Human Evolution

    By Pandora Dewan Human evolution might be more "bizarre" than we once thought, according to a new study. In the past, scientists believed that hominin evolution was largely driven by changes in climate. But now, research from the University of Cambridge has suggested that competiti
  3. Neanderthals 'More Human' Than Generally Assumed, Says Living Space Study

    By Aristos Georgiou Archaeologists have uncovered intriguing similarities between the behavior of Homo sapiens and Neanderthals, one of our closest extinct relatives. In a study published in the Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory , a team of researchers led by Amélie Valler
  4. Shiyu site in northern China reveals evidence of an advanced material culture 45,000 years ago A multinational team of researchers has revealed the existence of an advanced material culture at the Shiyu site in Shanxi Province, China, dating back approximately 45,000 years. The Shi
  5. On AI

    The likely result of humanity facing down an opposed superhuman intelligence is a total loss. Valid metaphors include “a 10-year-old trying to play chess against Stockfish 15”, “the 11th century trying to fight the 21st century,” and “Australopithecus trying to fight Homo sapiens
  6. Early risers may have inherited a faster body clock from Neanderthals

    By Katie Hunt, CNN Sign up for CNN’s Wonder Theory science newsletter. Explore the universe with news on fascinating discoveries, scientific advancements and more . Early risers may have inherited genetic variants from Neanderthals that increased their odds of being morning rather t
  7. It's Been 40,000 Years...

    Because the ultra-right insists they're replaced... There isn't a white race! Period. It is 40,000 years since the homo sapiens sapiens replaced another race by breeding more successfully than the Neanderthals. So much so that only a small percentage of DNA in some homo sapiens s
  8. Paleolithic humans may have understood the properties of rocks for making stone tools

    By Science X staff A research group led by the Nagoya University Museum and Graduate School of Environmental Studies in Japan has clarified differences in the physical characteristics of rocks used by early humans during the Paleolithic. They found that humans selected rock for a
  9. #TransgenderDayOfRemembrance ALL 8 BILLION OF US IN THE WORLD? We may have differences but we are all the same: Only one species = Homo sapiens Only have these blood types = O+, A+, B+, AB+ (& 15 % of all humans are RH-like me) We ALL deserve Love & Acceptance