Thursday, September 08, 2011

African Fossils Adds New Info on Human Origins Story

Watching the human story unfold is most remarkable. I found the picture of the hand most shocking at almost 2 million years old. I would also like to know more about "advanced" development of the frontal part of the brains.

My question is are they talking about the frontal lob or the front of the cerebral cortex? The FL is the home of moral programming so the answer could be very informative.

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African fossils put new spin on human origins story

Professor Chris Stringer, with the help of a cast of a fossil skull, describes the similarities that this species has with modern humans

The ancient remains of two human-like creatures found in South Africa could change the way we view our origins.

The 1.9-million-year-old fossils were first described in 2010, and given the species name Australopithecus sediba.

But the team behind the discovery has now come back with a deeper analysis.


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