AnthropologyHuman evolutionand Timeline of human evolution The genus Homo evolved and diverged from other hominins in Africa, after the human clade split from the chimpanzee lineage of the hominids great apes branch of the primates. Modern humans, defined as the species Homo sapiens or specifically to the single extant subspecies Homo sapiens sapiens, proceeded to colonize all the continents and larger islands, arriving in Eurasia ,—60, years ago,   Australia around 40, years ago, the Americas around 15, years ago, and remote islands such as Hawaii, Easter IslandMadagascarand New Zealand between the years and The gibbons family Hylobatidae and orangutans genus Pongo were the first groups to split from the line leading to the humans, then gorillas genus Gorilla followed by the chimpanzees genus Pan.
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See his official web site for Preview of Chapter One. My Best [Baen, ] 17 stories. Lafferty Out of Print. Book of the God [Tor, April ] The gods of myth have returned.
Not only the sun god APOLLO, but his unrelenting enemy-- dark Hades, lord of the Underworld, greedy for human bodies and souls to gather into his domain. Jeremy Redthorn, a young farm laborer, is unwittingly caught up in the clash when he pledges to deliver a mysterious mask given to him by a beautiful wounded stranger.
Pan, Dec ] Co-author James V. Vardeman, Thomas Saberhagen, Pati Nagle. There is a place with four suns in the sky -- red, white, blue, and yellow; two of them are so close together that they touch, and star-stuff flows between them.
I know of a world with a million moons. I know of a sun the size of the Earth -- and made of diamond The universe is vast and awesome, and for the first time we are becoming part of it. Then I went to graduate school at Cornell University, and not long afterwards, he became a professor there.
His name was Carl Sagan. And all the while, he continued to do world-class research.
I would like to share some of my personal reminiscences of him. Carl was a great professor. His ability to express the most arcane concepts in intuitive terms made it easy to grasp difficult theories of astrophysics.
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I can still see him drawing on the blackboard, reducing complex phenomena to comprehensible images. This same skill shone through his books and TV shows. He loved editing it, even loved assembling the tables of contents.
His publisher sometimes got annoyed at the huge phone bills he rang up, because he preferred to speak directly with scientists around the world, rather than rely on mail.
But it became a leading periodical in its field. With his wide-ranging mind, he was one of the few scientists able to do research in both biology and astrophysics.
In his lab, he re-created the conditions that led to life on primitive earth, and furthered our understanding of the chances of life evolving on other worlds. When NASA designed the Pioneer 10 and 11 spacecraft to be the first ever to fly to Jupiter and Saturn, they discovered that they had incidentally created the first interstellar spaceships.
The energy needed to get to Jupiter was so great that the Pioneers would be moving too fast for the sun to pull them back. They would drift on through the Milky Way for billions of years.
Some day, they might be found by another civilization. So why not include a message to them? But who could design a message to alien beings having no language in common with us but mathematics? Naturally, they turned to Carl.
He devised an ingenious map showing where we are in the galaxy by drawing the positions of pulsars, dead supernova stars that emit fantastically regular radio pulses. To show who made the plaque, it bore a picture of a man and woman. Because these humans were naked, NASA received complaints about sending pornography into space.
It is difficult to imagine, though, that tentacled little green beings would find such pictures very erotic. Today, the plaques are past the farthest planets of our solar system, drifting like a message in a bottle through the cosmic ocean of which he often spoke.Human Universe and Other Essays Paperback – by Charles OLSON (Author) Be the first to review this item.
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