Alike—And

Why We Are Looking More Alike—And What It Means

Why We Are Looking More Alike—And What It Means
I spent the Easter weekend in Oxford, England. Before leaving, I took the opportunity to visit the Natural History Museum that is attached to the town’s world-famous university. It contained an impressive exhibition on evolution. There was much I already knew, but a few things I didn’t. The most intriguing fact I learned concerned the state of evolution in the human species. I do not remember the exact statement written on the display, but what it said in effect was that we are becoming more alike in our physical features and cultural tend...
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