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Economist.com | Human evolution
"When discussing the outcomes of these games, animal behaviourists speak of 'evolutionarily stable strategies', with the implication that the way they are played has been hard-wired into the participants by the processes of natural selection."
gametheory  evolution  economics  society  brain 
january 2005 by sturob
"Hobbit" Discovered: Tiny Human Ancestor Found in Asia
The tiny humans, who had skulls about the size of grapefruits, lived with pygmy elephants and Komodo dragons on a remote island in Indonesia as recently as 13,000 years ago.
evolution  history 
october 2004 by sturob

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