Human Evolution: Neanderthals & Homosapiens
Your author decided to write this book about Human Evolution after seeing a Science Program about Evolution on KCET, the Public Service TV Station in the Los Angeles area. I was impressed with the amount of research going on in this area trying to find out where we, Homosapiens, came from. I decided to use the Google and Yahoo search engines to find out the latest probes which I used for this book. I have included the many reference sources so the reader can visit these Internet accounts to keep up with what is happening after this book is published. In other words, this is a snapshot-in-time report of what is happening research-wise at the end of the first decade of the 21st Century.
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Flow of Neanderthals from Africa
Flow of Homosapiens from Africa
Heidelberg Evolution Center in Germany
Human Archeological Cave Finds In Northern Spain
Other Global Human Evolution Finds
Neanderthal Cranial Structure Habits
Human Brain Culture
Other Humanoid Evolution Paths
Where will Evolution Take Humans?
Appendix A Important Archeological Discoveries
Appendix B Glossary of Anthropology
Migrations from Siberia to North America
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