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Words of the Distant Past 07/02/2010

Words of the Distant Past

Some people just won't shut up. That's probably been true for a long time—maybe even hundreds of thousands of years. Computer reconstructions of ancient skulls show that our ancestors had ears built like ours as far back as 350,000 years ago.


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Watching deep-space fireworks 07/02/2010

Watching deep-space fireworks

Space is full of fireworks: Galaxies smash into each other, dying stars explode and high-energy particles race toward us at the speed of light. The most powerful explosions in the universe are brilliant flashes of light called gamma-ray bursts.


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Untangling Human Origins 07/02/2010

Untangling Human Origins

According to the scientific theory of evolution, apes and people have a common ancestor—one ancient animal from which both species evolved.


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Unearthing Ancient Astronomy 07/02/2010

Unearthing Ancient Astronomy

Every few years, a shift in winds and ocean currents in the Pacific causes a temporary change in the weather system. It's called El Niño, and it can cause either terrible droughts or terrible floods. El Niño has a powerful effect on animal life.


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Traces of Ancient Campfires 07/02/2010

Traces of Ancient Campfires

Our prehistoric ancestors probably realized the importance of fire long ago. New research suggests that inhabitants of an area near a lake in what's now northern Israel may have built fires in hearths as early as 750,000 years ago.


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The Taming of the Cat 07/02/2010

The Taming of the Cat

There are black cats, spotted cats, fat cats, and scaredy cats. Now, scientists have found what may be one of the first pet cats ever.


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The Puzzle of Ancient Mariners 07/02/2010

The Puzzle of Ancient Mariners

You've heard of Christopher Columbus. You've read about the Vikings. But who made the first-ever sea voyage? According to one archaeologist's radical new theory, the first sailors weren't quite human.


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Stone Tablet May Solve Maya Mystery 07/02/2010

Stone Tablet May Solve Maya Mystery

For decades, "Site Q" has been a mystery city. Archaeologists suspected that this Maya settlement existed more than 1,400 years ago, but there was little evidence to link it with certainty to any known ruins.


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Stone Age Sole Survivors 07/02/2010

Stone Age Sole Survivors

The people who walked on a muddy lakeshore in southeastern Australia surely never suspected that their footprints would stick around for 20,000 years.


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Settling the Americas 07/02/2010

Settling the Americas

The world was a very different place tens of thousands of years ago. People didn't yet inhabit many regions that are crowded today.


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