No distinction in kind rather than degree between ourselves and the chimps? No distinction? Seriously, folks?
The tar can be used for glue, bug repellent, and killing germs. This finding tracks growing recognition of Neanderthals as intelligent.
Dr. Berlinski explores a chicken-and-egg problem facing origin-of-life research, and a blindness afflicting some evolutionists focused on human origins.
The fossil record shows a break between the australopithecines, supposedly directly ancestral to our genus, and the first humanlike members of the genus.
Many psychology students are subjected to this day to an exploded pop neuroscience myth endorsed by celebrity scientist Carl Sagan.