What does ‘race’ mean today, to a biologist? The ‘candelabra’ model of racial development is now rejected in favour of a ‘trellis’ model. . Nigel Pocock . Even with Neanderthals, cross-species mating was occurring. Modern Europeans consequently have between 2%-5% Neanderthal DNA. The trellis model allows for constant movement of […]
Some people manage to overcome difficulties and come out stronger on the other side. Others do not manage to recover. Human responses to critical moments in life vary depending on our capacity to consider change as an opportunity to better oneself.
So says an ancient letter writer. Flying in the face of natural selection, survival of the fittest, and Social Darwinism. It begs the question, what is the fittest? Who is the strongest? Nigel Pocock . What is actually best for society in terms of natural selection? Can people control their […]
The economic growth of the region has caused it to experience significant changes in its migratory flow. With intra regional migration on the rise we see the arrival of many Europeans along with many Latin Americans now returning home. . Ramón Alabau . Passport in hand, Carlos with high hopes […]
Friendship is tremendously important to me. Now, more than ever, we must surround ourselves with people we respect, love and trust. Loyalty has been forgotten in today’s society. Francisco Castañon Brian Turner is a poet, essayist, biographer and editor. He is known as one of the most prolific […]