Unnatural Selection - Dr. Rita Louise (Lecture)

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GeneticsAnthropolgy
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Lecture
When:
Sunday Oct 28   08:00 AM to 08:55 AM (55 minutes)
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Embassy III
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Unnatural Selection - Dr. Rita Louise 
Early anthropologists conjectured that all life descended from simple organisms into increasingly complex forms through a series of genetic mutations – the survival of the fittest Over time, the accumulated slow, but gradual shift, in an organism resulted in an entirely new species. When researchers examine the archeological record, they are unable to explain how many of the drastic changes they have found occurred. 
Unexplainable changes are not only seen in our genetic heritage but also in the rise of what would be considered mundane, the domestication of wheat, corn and animals.  Unnatural Selection uncovers a number of odd twists of fate that gave rise to civilization.
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