Human Migration: How We Filled the Planet

Human Migration: How We Filled the Planet


The place Did We Come From? The place will we go?
By Jesse Emspak

Half 1: Elements for Success

1.1 Most Invasive Species
by Curtis W. Marean

1.2 Our Origin
by Kate Wong

1.3 When the Sea Saved Humanity
by Curtis W. Marean

1.4 Evolution of Myths
By Julien d’Huy

1.5 Human Hybrids
by Michael F. Hammer

Half 2: Africa

2.1 The Lush Okavango Delta Has Been Designated because the Ancestral Homeland of All Residing People
by Richard Conniff

2.2 Historical Human Migration Route Marked by Snail Shell “Breadcrumbs”
By Cynthia Graber

2.3 Hominins Left Africa Earlier Than Thought
By Krystal D’Costa

Chapter 3: America

3.1 Journey to America
By Jennifer Raff

3.2 Historical past of Vikings First Atlantic Crossing Revealed by Rays from House
By Christopher Intagliata

3.3 Footprint Discovery Clues to People within the Americas Extra Than 20,000 Years In the past
by Riley Black

3.4 Historical Bones Spark a New Debate on Early People within the Americas
by Kate Wong

Chapter 4: Asia and the Pacific

4.1 Genomes Reveal Historical past and Travels of Indigenous Peoples
By Keolu Fox

4.2 Ice Age Tibetans
By Jane Qiu

4.3 Is This Cave Art work in Indonesia the Oldest Illustration of a Legendary Story?
by Kate Wong

Chapter 5: Europe

5.1 Mom tongue
By Roni Jacobsen

5.2 Language Wars
by Michael Balter

5.3 How Farmers Conquered Europe
By Laura Spinney

Chapter 6: Migration and Local weather Change

6.1 Fifth Consecutive 12 months of Central American Drought Helps Speed up Migration
by Jeff Masters

6.2 America’s Subsequent Nice Migrations Are Pushed by Local weather Change
By Parag Khanna and Susan Pleasure Hassol

6.3 Delta Hazard
by Charles Schmidt

6.4 The Ominous Story of the Syrian Local weather Refugees
by John Wendle

Chapter 7: The Future

7.1 Starship Humanity
by Cameron M.Smith

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