A Computer Program Uncovers The Evolutionary History Of Words
By Rebecca Boyle, popsci.com
Software performs feats of historical linguistics.
Languages are hard; it takes a trained ear to tease out not just the verbiage but the idiomatic expressions, the tone, the regional trends and ever-shifting insults that make a person trul…
RT @PopSci: Software that unravels the evolutionary history of words. Look out linguists, this computer wants your job! http://flip.it/bBx2M http://flip.it/F9OB0
A totally weird but interesting study. This conflicts with our evolutionary heritage has primates in some ways living in communal groups but may have merit if primates sleep independently.
BBC NEWS | Health | Bed sharing ‘bad for your health’.
Evolutionary curveball for curvy? – The Boston Globe.
Current issue of Current Anthropology links body shape, assertiveness and economic viability in recession.