by David Barash
Our ancestors had to deal with fire, ice, meteors, poison gas, radiation, predators, starvation, changes in habitat, war and more—each leaving traces in our DNA today.r
by Matt Simon
"There was a bit of a problem with all of this natural selection stuff, though: Darwin didn’t know how it, uh, worked."
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