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This week was a big one for human evolution; with a bunch of brand new discoveries that may prompt us to re-evaluate the timing of key moments in our evolution. From new (old) species to (older) old technology everything is up in the air. And of course, a bunch of other interesting stuff happened as well, so be sure to read all the way to the bottom and soak in the latest human evolution discoveries.

New human evolution discoveries

This week saw two brand new human evolution discoveries: a new tool industry and a new species of hominin. Both have pretty major implications for our evolution.

Australopithecus deyiremeda human evolution discoveries

The key Australopithecus deyiremeda fossils found

Re-evaluation and re-dating

Of course, science isn’t just about finding new things. Correcting mistakes and improving our existing knowledge is also very important. This week was no exception, with several refinements to our understanding of human evolution occurring.

And finally…

Whilst we’re making dozens of new human evolution discoveries the psuedoscientists are…just not. But what they are doing is providing hilarious content that’s always worth a chuckle.

Neanderthals the super predator, compared with humans the regular predator

Neanderthals the super predator, compared with humans the regular predator

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1 Comment

Woody · 1st June 2015 at 2:49 am

Yes, it was the most rambling, nonsensical thing I’ve read all week, but not by far.
I’ve found that when one takes an interest in things scientifically sceptical, the magical thinking and cringe-inducing essays are legion.

P.S. I look forward to evolution discoveries so much, so interesting.


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