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Lucy and her Brain In 1974, Donald Johnson discovered the first (approximately 4 million years old) fossils of what was know to be an Australopithecus Afarensis. Almost 40 percent of the skeleton was discovered and the remains of the pelvic sector revealed the fossils to be of a female, Australopithecus Afarensis. Today is known to be the famous Lucy. The discovery...
sun and earth
Our Sun, located at the center of our solar system, is a nuclear fireball. Radiating energy in form of light and infrared reactions. Approximately 27 million Fahrenheits at its core. Space on the other hand, which has extreme temperature conditions, is minus 455 degrease Fahrenheit colder as soon as we exit the main earth atmosphere. If we take the space as...
brain child
Recognizing Information  When a human offspring is born, the initial size of the brain is about three times as large as the brain of a chimp. Although a chimp's brain is nearly fully developed at birth itself, the human baby brain continues to expand throughout prime years with all the biological environmental influences and triples in size through life. The overall...
Brain. In the early 1940s, the studies about the human brain or any brain suggested that the human brain is a blank slate that can be filled with information throughout life. And it was vastly believed that what is fed will fill the empty space. In the 1960s, Peter Marler, a young British biologist, known for his animal sign communication researches,...
man and monkey
If humans evolved from monkeys, why are there still monkeys today? Why don’t they evolve? The dumb friend: “Holy shoot” that’s crazy man imma share this on my timeline. The funny friend: “well, some of them might have refused to walk on two feet because it damages their 25 million year’s old culture.” I'm not even surprised. The drunk one: “Need one...

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