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Homo sapiens has always been walking. What made the specie successful was the capability of getting to know the environment around, learn possibilities and adapt. Did we lost this skills? Nowadays we don’t adapt anymore, we alter to our needs, … Continue reading

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well well, one step at the time

Pic of Ally by Alex So, it happened, after 11 years of conservative government, which took Australia through an array of incredible obscenities: 1996 March 2: John Howard defeats Paul Keating to become prime minister, ending a record 13 years … Continue reading

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on plants classification

Last week as part of the Philosopher’s Zone program on ABC radio, Alan Saunders interviewed Sverker Sörlin, Professor of Environmental History at the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm. The subject of the interview was Carl von Linné, better known now … Continue reading

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