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- n. Plural form of human.
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- n. all of the living human inhabitants of the earth
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On a happier note, I heard that when they opened the zoo in the Bronx with the special glassed-in area for the humans to see what the chimps were doing, the chimps all came and leaned up against the glass to see what the *humans* were doing!
The majority of humans who feel in their gut that tormenting animals is wrong are reduced to ridiculous special pleading that such torture is bad because it is bad for the *humans*.
- Empty servers without humans with ´only humans´ set is now really really empty
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"The parallel with humans is that in humans there are similar hormonal changes going on in puberty," Smith said.
July 1st, 2007 at 1: 17 pm stunney: The variety of intricate genetic structures in humans is unlikely to have evolved by Darwinian mutational processes
The variety of intricate genetic structures in humans is unlikely to have evolved by Darwinian mutational processes in the amount of time available to hominid life, given what we know from observation of mutations involved in chloroquine complexity clusters.
Although the disease (that the parasite) causes in humans is rarely dangerous, it is the reason that pregnant women are sometimes told to avoid cat litter boxes (toxoplasmosis is risky for infants and others with compromised immune systems).
First, that one of the traits that may have evolved in humans is conformity, an ability to fit in with a group and adopt its norms and customs.
So the rate of biological evolution in humans, is about a bit a year.
His argument for the moral law within humans is a "God-of-the-gaps" argument, so he really doens't have a logical problem using it.
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