By John H. Relethford
50 nice Myths of Human Evolution makes use of universal misconceptions to discover simple concept and examine in human evolution and boost serious considering talents for lay readers and students.
- Examines intriguing—yet largely misunderstood—topics, from basic rules approximately evolution and human origins to the evolution of recent people and up to date traits within the field
- Describes what fossils, archaeology, and genetics can let us know approximately human origins
- Demonstrates the ways that technology adapts and alterations through the years to include new proof and higher explanations
- Includes myths equivalent to “Humans lived even as dinosaurs;” “Lucy was once so small simply because she was once a child;” “Our ancestors have constantly made fire;” and “There is a robust dating among mind dimension and intelligence”
- Comprised of stand-alone essays which are ideal for informal analyzing, in addition to footnotes and references that let readers to delve extra deeply into topics
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