5 Future concepts a Link The site is directed by

5 future concepts a link the site is directed by

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5. Future concepts a) Link: The site is directed by Sofia Nudel. This site discusses cloning and the future of persons. I found the site interesting because the author provides the readers with links to related articles. From this site, I have learned that in the future, there is a possibility of cloning turning human into an object that could be controlled by technology.
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Surname 5 b) Link: The site is directed by iResearchNet and discusses on what artificial intelligence do for anthropology. I like this website because it provides detailed information with supporting articles. From this site, I have learned that in the near future the pace of life will be accelerated by artificial intelligence. c) Link: The site is directed by the Center for Genetics and Society. The site defines the concept of genetic selection and highlights some of its uses. I have liked this site because it provides readers with links to similar sites. I have learned that most of the disability rights advocate has been critical of genetic selection techniques.
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Surname 6 PART 2 1. Skeletons a) Link: - COMP-183
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Surname 7 The above image represents an archaic 5-years old skeleton (right) versus a modern human 5- year-old skeleton (left). From this image, the difference in size is noticeable; the modern human skeleton is taller than the archaic human skeleton. b) Link: - primates This is a non-human primate skeleton, specifically adult male chimpanzee.
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Surname 8 c) Link: This image represents the evolution of the human skeleton. The skeleton has noticeable dramatic changes; increase in leg bone size, and the placement of the spine to suit holding of the head forward and upright. 2. Stone tools a) Link:
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Surname 9 This image represents the ancient stone tools. Stone Age man’s gradual improvement in crafting stone hand axes indicates the likelihood of mental development this early human made in early times. b) Link: - tools.html This image represents the chipped stone tools.
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Surname 10 c) Link: This image represents early world stone tools.
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Surname 11 3. Hominid fossils a) This image represents a collection of hominid fossil skulls. The skulls are; Australopithecus (right), Homo erectus (center), and Homo habilis (right).
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