The National Academy of Sciences & the Institute of Medicine release “Science, Evolution, and Creationism”

I try to avoid filling up this site with anti-creationism banter because other people do so much of a better job with that sort of blogging, and I like to focus on new things in anthropology. But since the National Academy of Sciences and the Institute of Medicine pooled their resources and minds together and... Continue Reading →

Lucy, the graphic novel from Norbet & Liberatore

Lucy that little australopithecine which we also know as AL 288-1 is quite possibly the most popular fossil hominid known. Her remains have sparked lots of controversy lately, which shows how important and impactful this 3 million year old is to the field of paleoanthropology as well as popular culture. To feed into the pop... Continue Reading →

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