Beyond lies the unique realm of the human, no matter what addled things Stephen Hawking may say about computers “replacing” us.
And now for something completely different.
As Ann Gauger explains, there’s a gap of about a million years between when Australopithecines seem to depart from the fossil record and when modern humans unambiguously appear.
What do we miss, as members of the public, by focusing on daily headlines rather than pulling back for the big picture sometimes?
Against the backdrop of research of Princeton’s Peter and Rosemary Grant, Darwin’s finches are among the most hyped illustrations of evolution in action.