Evolution of Modern Humans

What forces did contribute to emergence of the modern human mind, which triggered a creative, technological, and social explosion?
Evolution of Modern Humans
What forces did contribute to emergence of the modern human mind, which triggered a creative, technological, and social explosion?
Tamer Aydogdu

Breathing liquid

Breathe it in – the air around you is roughly 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, and 1% argon. During your lifetime, you’ll inhale and exhale this life-giving mixture 672,768,000 times. Give the air around you a big hug.

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Tamer Aydogdu

Do humans have races?

German American physicist Albert Einstein?s theories changed the course of human history and shaped modern physics. He, on the other hand, assumed a static universe although his own theories pointed to an expanding or a shrinking universe. Einstein, however, calibrated his by-then widely accepted theory to make it fit for his assumption. When an American astronomer Edwin Hubble proved beyond doubt that the universe was expanding, Einstein called his own wrong assumption as the biggest blunder of his life. Einstein was neither the first nor the last scientist who fell into this trap.

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Tamer Aydogdu

Evolution In Everyday Life

World Health Organisation estimates worldwide there are 1 billion cases of influenza annually. We catch the flu, recover from it, but we are not off the hook, we can catch the flu again.

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Tamer Aydogdu

HIV Resistant Mutation

HIV virus is one of the most pressing health concerns facing the modern world. Since the first reported case of HIV/AIDS in 1981, over 25 million people have died. Out of the millions of people infected each year with the HIV virus, a few have shown HIV/AIDS resistance. A genetic mutation found mostly in people of European descent delays the progression of AIDS and in some cases even brings about immunity.

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To believe or not to believe evolution
Tamer Aydogdu

To Believe or not to believe in EvolutioN?

The dictionaries define believe as to have confidence in the truth, the existence, or the reliability of something, although without absolute proof that one is right in doing so.

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Tamer Aydogdu

What Is Social Darwinism?

Little did the English economist Thomas Malthus know, with the publication of his book in 1789 he was rolling a snowball that would soon turn into an avalanche.

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