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  Bill Nye rebuffs politicians' views on evolution

Foot Bone Puts Prehuman Lucy on a Walking Path

No tip-toeing around it, this foot bone could change the story of human evolution, or at least the story of human foot evolution. Full story

Humans left the trees 4.2 million years ago

Early human ancestors stopped swinging in trees and started walking on the ground sometime between 4.2 and 3.5 million years ago, according to a new study. Full story

4 in 10 Americans still hold creationist views

If you're in a room of 100 people, odds are likely about 40 think God created humans about 10,000 years ago, part of a philosophy called creationism, according to a Gallup poll reported Friday (Dec. 17). That number is slightly lower than in years past and down from a high of 47 percent in both 1993 Full story

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Neanderthals Lived Fast, Died Young

Neanderthals lived fast, died young

Does city life affect human evolution?

Pets vital to human evolution

Caring for animals may have shaped evolution

Questions raised about 'Ardi' as man's ancestor

Neanderthal app turns you into a caveman

Brain parts found in ancient human ancestor

Smithsonian traces saga of human origins

Prehistoric dads helped with child care


  Texas may be quick to devolve, not secede

Quick Comment: According to a University of Texas poll, 68 percent of Texans either believe humans and dinosaurs lived at the same time, or aren’t sure.