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New computer simulations lend further support the notion that cooperation helped early humans escape becoming prey for other animals, researchers report.
The work suggests that teamwork could have given Australopithecus – a group of hominids closely related to humans – an important advantage over their cousins Paranthropus, contributing to their extinction.
Originally posted by apc
If you think all science is junk, then why do you keep posting this junk?
I would like to see this computer simulation of yours. Sounds neat. Did Tom Cruise help you write it? What type of supercomputers are you running it on? Are you sure you got all your variables right? Did you remember to activate the improbability drive?
Ah well. I guess the notion that such ignorance could ever recede is the true fantaSy.