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Are humans still evolving genetically?

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Some have provided theoretical and empirical reasons for believing not only that human populations continue to evolve genetically, but they are doing so at even higher rates than once was the case. Mark Stoneking has provided an interesting commentary bearing on this in a post on “On the Human” titled “Does culture prevent or drive human evolution?” My attention was drawn to this by the Semiotix Bulletin.

Written by Marion Blute

April 20, 2010 at 3:45 am

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