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Man—500,000 Years From Now. A Scientific Attempt to Forecast What May Occur
in the Future Evolution of Man ... with present-day Europeans. It is interesting to
observe that while the human skull has gradually become smoother and more
delicate in contour, the female has always been somewhat in advance of the
26 Nov 2012 ... The best way to explain this is with an example using hormones: imagine a future
in which, with the help of supplements, you can regulate your hormones to .... The
“small skull” camp, which enjoys the support of many scientists, argues that it is
borderline impossible for humans to evolve with larger heads.
24 Nov 2009 ... On the 150th anniversary of Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species, it's widely
accepted that humans descended from apes. But where are we going? Scientists
share visions of cyborgs, stout mothers, and dead ends.
17 Oct 2013 ... A haul of fossils found in Georgia suggests that half a dozen species of early
human ancestor were actually all Homo erectus. ... Skull of Homo erectus throws
story of human evolution into disarray .... If everyone who reads our reporting,
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10 Jul 2013 ... Dean Burnett: If the modern world remains constant for long enough, human
evolution could take some bizarre turns. ... Susan Greenfield recently released
her first novel 2121, set in some dystopian future where all her predictions about
the perils of technology have come true. I've not read it because I've ...
Both approaches to looking at early skulls give us evidence about the volumes of
ancient brains and some details about the relative sizes of major cerebral areas.
For the ... Although the past does not predict future evolution, a greater
integration with technology and genetic engineering may catapult the human
brain into the ...
The fossil record of human skull sizes over the past several thousand
generations shows that our days of rapid increase in brain size are long over. ...
Or does the future evolution of humanity lie not within our genes but within our
technology, as we augment our brains and bodies with silicon and steel? Are we
but the ...
7 Jun 2013 ... Between 800,000 and 200,000 years ago, for instance, rapid changes in Earth
climate coincided with a tripling in the size of the human brain and skull, leading
to a flattening of the face. But how might the physiological features of human
beings change in the future, especially as new, wearable technology ...
The human evolutionary tree is a complex structure, branching and re-branching
at several points along the timeline. Though a complete study of human evolution
is beyond the scope of one article, it endeavors to highlight the main stages, and
also tries to makes predictions about the next step in the ongoing process of ...
17 Mar 2017 ... Researchers confirm that the evolution of bipedalism in fossil humans can be
detected using a key feature of the skull. ... Additionally, the study identifies
specific measurements that can be applied to future research to map out the
evolution of bipedalism. “Other researchers should feel confident in making ...