Showing posts with label Human Evolution. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Human Evolution. Show all posts

Saturday, January 27, 2018

No plan to clone humans after macaque success: Chinese scientist

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The Chinese research team that was the first to successfully clone macaques has asserted no plans to conduct similar research on humans, in response to ethical discussions after the breakthrough.

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Microbes Solving Macro-Problems: Bacteria Used to Fight Global Warming

A newly discovered type of bacteria may save humanity from the catastrophic aftermath of global warming when all the Arctic ice melts, US researchers say.

Saturday, June 20, 2015

JulyGlobe GEO News (July 2015)

The Earth has entered a new period of extinction, a study by three US universities has concluded, and humans could be among the first casualties.

Saturday, March 21, 2015

SOS for Earth? Planet is Halfway From Being Hospitable to Humans

A Swedish scientist says that Earth is halfway to becoming inhospitable to humans, as we have violated four of the nine so-called planetary boundaries within which we can continue to thrive.

Thursday, December 04, 2014

Australian researcher discovers first artwork by early human

An Australian researcher has discovered what is believed to be the first artwork ever created by a human ancestor.

Wednesday, December 03, 2014

Stephen Hawking: Artificial Intelligence could spell end of human race

World-famous physicist Stephen Hawking told the BBC he believes future developments in artificial intelligence (AI) have the potential to eradicate mankind.
The Cambridge professor, who relies on a form of artificial intelligence to communicate, said if technology could match human capabilities “it would take off on its own, and re-design itself at an ever increasing rate.

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Eco Flash News - Eco Breaking News - (November 2014 -Β)

.............“The wireless society is the largest human full-scale experiment ever, and it urgently needs to be addressed as such," said Associate Professor Olle Johansson from the Department of Neuroscience at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm.

Johansson warned: 

"We are literally enveloped by an 'electrosmog' which contributes to increased sickness rates, and politicians need a totally different approach to the problem..................Wi-Fi 'electrosmog' a risk to health, say scientists ...

(November 2014 -a)

Saturday, October 26, 2013

Study: Learning New Skills Keeps Aging Mind Sharp.

A new study shows that elderly adults who challenge their minds with increasingly difficult tasks maintain cognitive functioning better than those who do less demanding activities.
To keep our brains sharp as we age, we are often told to keep our minds active; “use it or lose it.” There actually is little scientific evidence to support that, however, according to psychologist Denise Park of the University of Texas at Dallas.

“Partially because it is very, very hard to do experiments with humans, where you randomly assign them to conditions where, say, you retire young, you do not retire; you do interesting things, you do boring things,” said Park.

Friday, February 08, 2013

Νέο είδος ανθρώπου βρέθηκε στα Βαλκάνια

Νέο είδος ανθρώπου βρέθηκε στα Βαλκάνια

Του Φώτη Νικολαΐδη (Α)
Από την εξέταση των υπολειμμάτων ενός ανθρώπου που βρέθηκε στο σπήλαιο Μάλα Μπαλάνιστα στο Σιτσέβο Γκορτζ στη νότια Σερβία, εξήχθησαν σημαντικά συμπεράσματα για την εξέλιξη του ανθρώπινου είδους και ειδικότερα για την εξέλιξη του ανθρώπου στο χώρο των Βαλκανίων.
Στον άνθρωπο αυτό δόθηκε η κωδική ονομασία BH-1. Η μορφολογία της σιαγώνος και των δοντιών που βρέθηκαν διαφέρει σημαντικά από τα αντίστοιχα χαρακτηριστικά των ανθρώπων της ίδιας περιόδου που βρέθηκαν στη δυτική Ευρώπη.
Ο σκελετός αυτός είναι ο παλαιότερος που έχει βρεθεί μέχρι τώρα στα Βαλκάνια και οι ειδικοί τον τοποθετούν ανάμεσα στα 397.000 και 525.000 χρόνια, στηριζόμενοι σε σύγχρονες μεθόδους αναλύσεων (ESR-US και ESR-CSUS, 230Th234U ). Οι εξετάσεις αυτές πραγματοποιήθηκαν από μια ομάδα πανεπιστημιακών καθηγητών-ερευνητών από τον Καναδά και το Βελιγράδι.

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