Homo habilis Vs. Homo erectus
Difference between Homo habilis and Homo erectus
Homo habilis and Homo erectus are two important species giving clear indications of how modern humans may have indeed evolved. Buzzle attempts to make a comparative analysis between the two species.
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Charles Darwin: The Theory of Evolution
Charles Darwin's Theory of Evolution
This following Buzzle article will take you through a brief explanation of the theory of evolution by Charles Darwin. Continue reading for a simplified understanding.
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List of Human Races
List of human races
From quadruped catarrhini to bipedal brainy creatures, mankind has undertaken a long evolutionary journey. The following list of human races holds testimony to mankind's evolution into the alpha creature of all creation and how...
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Theories Behind the Extinction of Neanderthals
Are Neanderthals extinct?
The Neanderthals were a race of humans inhabiting the Earth several thousands of years ago. They were like us in many respects, yet were very distinct. Buzzle gives you an insight into why the Neanderthals may have become extinct.
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Are Humans Still Evolving?
Humans are still evolving
The process of evolution in humans continues even today. Though, it takes place at a slow pace, which is why, we cannot notice evolutionary changes in a short span of time. Nevertheless, modern-day humans continue to evolve, and...
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21 Interesting Facts About Neanderthals
Fact about Neanderthals
Neanderthals are an extinct species, closely related to modern humans. Newer archaeological finds have begun to reveal hitherto unknown information about Neanderthals, promising to modify our understanding of human genetics. Buzzle...
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Arguments Against Aquatic Ape Theory
Argument against aquatic ape theory
Humans have evolved, over the course of several decades, from ancestors who were ape-like. Despite this, it is unclear that if they did evolve from apes, then why don't they have more common characteristics? Various theories have...
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A Guide to the Types of Natural Selection with Examples
Type of natural selection with example
Natural selection is the process that drives evolution of all organisms. It is manifested in various types of natural selection.
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Major Misconceptions about Evolution
Misconceptions about evolution
Ever since he was conscious, man learned about himself and his surroundings. And ever since Charles Darwin published 'On The Origin of Species', there existed people that understood, those that could not comprehend the magnitude of...
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Human Evolution: History, Timeline, and Future Predictions
Quote by V. S. Ramachandran
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...
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Creationism Vs. Evolution
There is still a heated debate going on about what should be taught in our schools, creationism or evolution. Knowing a little bit about both sides of the issue can help you take a stand.
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Arguments Against Evolution
Have we evolved from water-dwelling unicellular organisms or did God create each life form the way it is? Let's look at some arguments against evolution that pinpoint various loopholes in the Darwinian theory of evolution and...
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Evolutionism, a Problem of Ethics
Equality between people, the value of each human being, human rights... Do these make any sense when one adopts an evolutionist or naturalist point of view? What had this led to?
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Darwin's Theory of Natural Selection
Darwin's theory of natural selection states that nature selects organisms that have features favorable for their survival, while eliminating inferior species. Natural selection is a key to the origin of new species from the...
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The Human Race May Be Older Than Originally Thought
A new study of archaeological relics found in the 1970s seems to show that human beings may have evolved more than 80,000 years earlier than as researched before.
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