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8 March 2014 0 View comments With a patchy family history, author and journalist Sarah Ivens was desperate to know where she came from and what the future held healthwise. The answers, she discovered, were on the tip of her tongue Sarah Ivens today: '
In a discovery that rewrote Australian history, a geologist named Jim Bowles came across a set of bones in a dry lake bed in outback New South Wales in 1974. The skeleton turned out to be 2,000 years old which meant the continent had been occupied
In the 4.5-billion history of Earth, 80,000 years is the blink of an eye. But in terms of human evolution, it has the potential to be a drastic shift. A team of archaeologists and anthropologists believe that length of time may be just how much
The results of a new study by German and United States researchers showed that there is a genetic connection between Neanderthals and modern humans. This connection could be responsible for something as benign as being able to tolerate cold weather
Sponsored Links New research suggests the ancestors of the earliest Native Americans took a pretty extensive pit stop while crossing a land bridge to the Americas from Asia 25,000 years ago. Extensive meaning they took a 10,000-year break during
Stories External Links Aboriginal people may have become who they are today during a 10,000-year stopover in a land that no longer exists, says a provocative essay in a major scientific journal. "It was a substantial population, if only because it
Really, Ted? This comment is just extreme? And which liberal in the film industry has said anything like that? The fact is that the Republican Party today has a problem with race. Not across the board, but it is there. The Party is is
Click to rate Islander, Maritimes, Canada, 18 minutes ago It is nothing less than amazing if Mr. Sykes has actually been able to trace his "whole family tree" to accepted genealogical standards ~~~~~ Most people of English and Welsh ancestry find it
She's part Neanderthal, and scientists say so is everyone else whose ancestors originated in Europe and East Asia. Her husband, George, carries a slightly higher percentage of DNA from the Neanderthals, according to the results of his own DNA test.
The DNA of a baby boy who was buried in Montana more than 12,000 years ago has been recovered, and it provides new indications of the ancient roots of today's American Indians and other native peoples of the Americas. The boy was part of the Clovis