Considering the checkered history of grandiose claims and controversies in paleoanthropology, some caution may be wise.
The changes in human heads were not driven by a changing brain, researchers say. It was the human face that changed.
A scientific theory that on principle refuses to see the obvious is an achievement of which only humans are capable.
Looking for a good metaphor to help explain the relationship between standard Darwinian biology and the new paradigm offered by intelligent design?
Laura Vandenberg, lead author on the paper, says in the video that “the finding suggests that what we thought about how cells know what to make is incomplete.”