May 07, 2010
This could explain a thing or two
A new genetic and statistical study suggests that some early humans and Neanderthals mated after all, something that had previously been doubted. The New York Times reports that the team conducting research into the Neanderthal genome concluded that "concluded that about 1 percent to 4 percent of the genome of non-Africans today is derived from Neanderthals."
GOING LOCAL. Re-booting local economies could make us less lonely.
A FALSE CHOICE. AFLCIO president Rich Trumka told attendees at a Green Jobs/Good Jobs conference that we need both now.
GOAT ROPE ADVISORY LEVEL: ELEVATED