Recent Examples of humankind from the Web
Titanic of its time’ is an overworked metaphor, since the Titanic was among the greatest maritime disasters in humankind....
Getting a sample of Mars material into the hands of laboratory scientists on Earth could lead to some of the most profound scientific discoveries in the history of humankind.
This means that before our modern human ancestors even left Africa, the first of these seagrass shoots was gently putting down roots and beginning a process of cell division and cloning that would survive through the global spread of humankind.
The film envisions human contact with extraterrestrial life as a celebratory event; the characters' efforts to understand the strange life-forms—through scientific inquiry, culture, and curiosity—represent the best of humankind.
What if early civilization was not a boon to humankind but a disaster: for health and safety, for freedom, and for the natural world?
Instead, now is a time to remember those who have lost their lives in humankind’s quest to unchain themselves from the bonds of Earth and touch the faces of the moon, planets, and stars.
Irrefutable evidence predicates an immediate change of course for humankind's endeavors.
His entire career philosophy has been that fighting is humankind’s most productive state, that the fight-or-flight response is to be savored and cultivated.
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