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I Like Your Ponytail, A Story About CommitmentI Like Your Ponytail, A Story About Commitment

“I like your ponytail.” I said in a playful manner. “Ponytail?” he repeated in a thick French accent. There and then began the most extraordinary odyssey of my life.…

Avoid 90% of the Pesticides in Food, by Avoiding 12 Foods

Why should you care about pesticides in your food?For starters there may be as many as twenty pesticides on a single piece of fruit you eat.…

My HeroMy Hero

Dear Mrs. Black,It was January 1967 when this 11 year-old, frightened, little Israeli girl walked into your classroom for the first time. I had only arrived in the country two weeks before.…

We Are Sexual BeingsWe Are Sexual Beings

With sex all around us, oozing out of our televisions, theaters, magazines, fashion, on the streets, one would think we are the most sexually informed, open and comfortable nation on the planet.”…

The Banking ImplosionThe Banking Implosion

I’m sure by now you all have noticed the ongoing meltdown in the mortgage industry. The cause of this whole mess is a little bit complicated, rooted in both the structure of the mortgage industry, and human nature. I’ll try to explain both factors here in layman’s terms.…

Breaking old habits; Creating new Ones

We are mostly habitual beings. Webster defines habit as an acquired mode of behavior that has become nearly or completely involuntary.…

Life is Poetry

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Human Evolution May Be Speeding Up

Not only is the development of human technology speeding up but according to a new study human evolution may be speeding up as well.

Henry C. Harpending, an anthropologist at the University of Utah along colleagues compared the DNA of chimpanzees (our closest relative) and humans. They noted that the current rate of change does not match the number of differences concluding that our evolution must have been much slower than it is now.

"Rapid population growth has been coupled with vast changes in cultures and ecology, creating new opportunities for adaptation," the study says. "The past 10,000 years have seen rapid skeletal and dental evolution in human populations, as well as the appearance of many new genetic responses to diet and disease."

As humans from the various corners of the planet have thus far evolved along their myriad tracks it will be interesting to speculate how the current trends of globalization will affect our development as a species.

Read the full article from The Huffington Post

The findings will be published in the online edition of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.


If you prefer to place your geese for sale ads locally, then just have them printed in the local newspaper or simply place signs at grocery stores. You could even add designs to the ad to attract first time buyers of geese. You also need to be specific with what kind of geese you have to offer. And surely, in no time at all, you will have buyers lined up. cheap beats

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