Recent Examples of humankind from the Web
How humankind began, that’s the focus of my work right now.
After air and water, sand is humankind’s most consumed natural resource.
Saturn has been our companion since the dawn of humankind, wandering across the heavens as one of the brightest dots of light visible to the naked eye.
For Miller, all the evidence of humankind’s ability to alter ecosystems provides irrefutable evidence of the overkill hypothesis.
Prior to this hoax, DNA testing on random people from all nations unequivocally placed Central to South Africa as the birthplace of humankind.
Douglass was especially critical of the promotion of polygenesis: the idea that the races of humankind emerged in separate creation events and with unequal capacities.
If this story of death and woe and the end of humankind has piqued your interest, be sure to read our review of Fallout 4.
New York Throughout the past century, as parts of the globe erupted in chaos, American institutions helped save humankind’s common heritage.
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