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|Africa: Cradle Of Humanity||
As Charles Darwin rightly predicted, Africa is the cradle of humanity, not only of our own species but also of the very first members of our...
|Africa, Archaeology, behavior, Evolution, hominin||view|
|Evolution and philosophy:is there progress and direction in evolution?||
A learning module that enquires into teleological explanations.
|Evolution, Darwinism, Teleology||view|
|Human Sciences Symposium 2011: The Musical Brain - Opening Presentation||
On 26 February 2011, the Human Sciences Symposium focused on the The Musical Brain and the links between music, evolution and human psychology....
|Music, Evolution, Cognition, Communication, Anthropology||view|
|Life in the Palaeozoic||
A course from the Open University that will introduce you to the explosion of evolution that took place during the Palaeozoic era. You will look...
|Natural History Museum, London||
Short articles, illustrations, videos, external links. Find geology topics under rocks and minerals, fossils, evolution, natural disasters.
|Rocks, Minerals, Fossils, Evolution, Climate, oceans||view|
|Practising science: reading the rocks and ecology||
An Open University course to help students determine where rocks have come from and how they were made. It also examines the processes involved...
|The nature of human beings and the question of their ultimate origin||
A three-way discussion and debate between the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, Prof. Richard Dawkins and Sir Anthony Kenny, recorded at...
|Science, Humanities, Philosophy, Theology, God, Religion, Evolution||view|
|Your Planet Earth||
A series of powerpoint presentations designed for schoolteachers, but also suitable for adults studying introductory geology. This is part of an...
|Volcanoes, Dinosaurs, Natural hazards, Plate tectonics, Climate change, Oil and gas, Geological time, Rocks, Minerals, Ice ages, History of life, Evolution||view|