jueves, 1 de septiembre de 2016

Why We Prevailed: Evolution and the Battle for Dominance



PARTICIPANTS: Alison Brooks, Ed Green, Chris Stringer, Edward O. Wilson
Original Program Date: June 2, 2012

John Hockenberry's Introduction. 00:22

An abstract look at evolution. 2:20

Participant Introductions. 5:00

How many different species were there 100,000 years ago? 7:05

Why did certain populations move? 10:05

Does the fossil record suggest that everything started in Africa? 12:00

Did the early groups compete directly or was there luck involved? 15:13

Where neanderthals slowly going extinct as humans came onto the scene. 22:56

What would we have seen in the physicality of neanderthals? 31:20

Are there any rapid physical adaptations from neanderthal? 37:58

Do encounters of different species make for more rapid evolution? 42:57

The greatest human variations are in Africa. 49:10

Going to the dentist 100,000 years ago. 55:40

Early cave paintings and the beginning of human communication. 1:01:06

The gene for language? 1:10:50

What was the evolutionary accelerator for humans? 1:14:25

Do we see signs today of evolutionary mistakes? 1:21:40

Being an aggressive species leads us to the top. 1:25:55

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