Tag Archives: Adaptation

Unique Human Adaption Prezi

What Makes Us Us. on Prezi     This is my Prezi about the unique human feature, planning ahead. This explains how and what the most important human feature is. All of my ideas are in the Prezi. I hope … Continue reading

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Is it ethical to do all the experiments we have seen with bonobos/chimps/apes?

Ethical: morally correct; noble, worthy; virtuous; It is ethical that monkeys are used in experiments, if they are not in any form of danger,  because the monkeys will learn things that wild monkeys do not. They might learn how to communicate or how … Continue reading

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Ideas/Current Events-Crows

Part One: Summary The article on crows having human-like intelligence tells us that we are not the only ones that can solve problems using tools.    “Species don’t have to be related for there to have been some purpose, some … Continue reading

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Early Human Timeline

This is my early human timeline. (Click on the link to see the timeline.) https://www.flickr.com/photos/marfis75/5319264476/ Image credit:   Share This

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Unique Humans From 1969

Video Link I think that the humans, past and present have a unique sense of creativity and imagination that allows and helps us with the skill of prediction. In this video, the creators predicted what the tech will be like in the … Continue reading

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The Most Important Adaptation/change

So far, the most important adaptation/change we have looked at in the human story is the discovery of fire and pine sap. The Netherlands and the Homo Erectus will have not survived in the  super cold European winters without fire … Continue reading

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