Fossil Friday: Sahelanthropus, to Be or Not to Be Bipedal
On the morning of July 19, 2001, French scientist Alain Beauvilain and three Chadian colleagues discovered a fossil cranium in the dunes of the Sahara Desert.
Günter Bechly: Goodbye to Darwinian Gradualism
Bechly touches on the oldest australopithecine fossil skull ever found, from 3.8 million years ago.
In Cells and Whole Organisms, Repair Mechanisms Imply Foresight, Not Evolution
It takes foresight to make complex tools and procedures that can restore the functions of other tools. A blind process can only see the immediate present.
A Strange Way of Speaking About the Brain
A peculiar habit of disassociation is widespread among many who study the brain.
What, Another “Rewrite” of the Human Origins Story? How About a Rethink, Instead?
Sometimes predictions are not only fulfilled but over-fulfilled.