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Some articles on human, humans:

Origin Of AIDS - Emergence - Conditions For Successful Zoonosis
... Zoonosis (transfer of a pathogen from non-human animals to humans) and subsequent spread of the pathogen between humans, requires the following ...
Ruth Montgomery - History
... She had claimed humans had existed with dinosaurs on earth for millions of years ... She had claimed the first humans were 12 feet tall giants and had produced offspring with large animals ... She claimed the offspring of the early humans and animals on earth were "half human forms" which had existed for millions of years such as Centaurs, satyrs and nymphs ...
History Of The World - Prehistory - Early Humans
... that would lead to chimpanzees (the closest living relative of modern humans) around five million years ago ... Anatomically modern humans arose in Africa about 200,000 years ago, and reached behavioral modernity about 50,000 years ago ... Modern humans spread rapidly from Africa into the frost-free zones of Europe and Asia around 60,000 years ago ...
Origin Of AIDS - Transmission From Non-humans To Humans
... that SIV or HIV (post mutation) was transferred from non-human primates to humans in the recent past (as a type of zoonosis) ...
Doomsday Argument - Rebuttals - Self-Indication Assumption: The Possibility of Not Existing At All
... One objection is that the possibility of your existing at all depends on how many humans will ever exist (N) ... If this is a high number, then the possibility of your existing is higher than if only a few humans will ever exist ... indeed exist, this is evidence that the number of humans that will ever exist is high ...

Famous quotes containing the word humans:

    The worst condition of humans is when they lose knowledge and control of themselves.
    Michel de Montaigne (1533–1592)

    Here we also see: what this divinity lacks is not only a sense of shame—and there are also other reasons for conjecturing that in several respects all of the gods could learn from us humans. We humans are—more humane.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    Because humans are not alone in exhibiting such behavior—bees stockpile royal jelly, birds feather their nests, mice shred paper—it’s possible that a pregnant woman who scrubs her house from floor to ceiling [just before her baby is born] is responding to a biological imperative . . . . Of course there are those who believe that . . . the burst of energy that propels a pregnant woman to clean her house is a perfectly natural response to their mother’s impending visit.
    Mary Arrigo (20th century)