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This is a place where you can share interesting articles and books you've read and discuss them. It is meant to be a fun and happy place. So political and religious articles/discussions are off limit, as are rude and obnoxious behavior. Beyond this, there are no limits to what you can post or discuss. It's recommended, but not required, to write a summary or at least say why you think the article or book is a good read.

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52Firstly, the core of the theory is that grandparents were able to pass on theirsense-November 18
51I am not sure we are understanding each other, so let me summarize. Firstly, thSun Tzu-November 18
50From an evolutionary perspective, and that of the article, those factors donsense-November 17
49USA Facts - An interesting site to visit. usafacts.org This is not a opinion sSun Tzu-November 17
48>> Way too many "other" factors impact post-reproductive longeviSun Tzu-November 17
47The Nature article is a bit of a reach... They got it right with this: In evosense-November 16
46No, but I found 2 interesting articles on human evolution. nature.com and indSun Tzu-November 16
45This ? Caesarean births 'affecting human evolution' Are caesareans reasense-November 16
44Yes, like I said, the bone spur thing is not an evolution - not in the normal seSun Tzu-November 16
43Agree that evolution can proceed in fits and starts... that a single event can psense-November 16
42So that particular article was not about the evolution, whatever the journalist Sun Tzu-November 16
41Yeah. Not buying any of the bit about evolution happening in that short time sense-November 16
40Yes, apparently it is our bones, not our brains that are evolving fastest :-/ ASun Tzu-November 16
39 our elbows are getting narrower Modern life is selecting for people with sharsense-November 16
38A new theory about the cause of depression has emerged: That it is a disease cauSun Tzu-October 21
37How Modern Life is Transforming the Human Skeleton From the emergence of a spikSun Tzu-June 19
36Interesting plot. Here's the link to the Good Reads web summary: goodreads.Sun Tzu-February 10
35Good Read: The Reckoning by John Grisham The Bataan Death March you could pukPogeu Mahone-February 10
34I read it. Why get a cold and flu in the first place? Ignorance! Yes I knowPogeu Mahone-February 10
33If you read the article you'd know that it wasn't really about cold vs fSun Tzu-February 9
32That article is pure stupidity. Smarten Up. I have not had a cold in at leasPogeu Mahone-February 9
31An interesting article with practical personal use. Feed viral infections and sSun Tzu-February 3
30A Bold New Theory Proposes That Humans Tamed Themselves A leading anthropologistSun Tzu-February 1
29Adding New DNA Letters Make Novel Proteins Possible From The Economist: The fuSun Tzu-January 17
28How culture shapes your mind — and your mental illness ... THERE IS AN obviousSun Tzu-January 8
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