Tag: Fossils and Human Evolution (series)
Human Origins: All in the Family
If a Neanderthal walked down the street, appropriately dressed, you probably wouldn’t notice.
The Big Bang Origin of Homo
This unbridged gap between the ape-like australopithecines and the abruptly appearing human-like members of our genus challenges evolutionary accounts.
The Human Fossil Record Lacks Intermediaries
The news media might be heavily biased toward evolution, but at least it is predictable.
Australopithecines and Retroactive Confessions of Ignorance
If a few teeth of intermediate size and shape make “the most complete chain of human evolution,” then the evidence for human evolution must be quite modest.
The Standard Story of Human Evolution: A Critical Look
Whatever Ardi was, everyone agrees the fossils was initially badly crushed and needed extensive reconstruction.