Homo sapiensin aivot pienentyneet
Ihmislajin aivot ovat kutistuneet viimeisen 5000 vuoden aikana kymmenisen prosenttia eli 150 kuutiosenttiä 1350 kuutiosentistä:
[list:9bcxyo6n]We know the brain has been evolving in human populations quite recently," said paleoanthropologist John Hawks at the University of Wisconsin at Madison.
[size=150:9bcxyo6n]Surprisingly, based on skull measurements, the human brain appears to have been shrinking over the last 5,000 or so years.[/size:9bcxyo6n]
we currently maybe have the least specific details with regard the brain, but we do know from archaeological data that pretty much everywhere we can measure - Europe, China, South Africa, Australia - that brains have shrunk about 150 cubic centimeters, off a mean of about 1,350. That's roughly 10 percent," Hawks said. "As to why is it shrinking, perhaps in big societies, as opposed to hunter-gatherer lifestyles, we can rely on other people for more things, can specialize our behavior to a greater extent, and maybe not need our brains as much," he added.
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Veikkauksia syistä ?
Itse veikkaan vehnää ja jossain määrin muita viljoja - sehän tunnetusti sotkee mineraalien ja rasvaliukoisten vitamiinien imeytymistä/metabolismia ja mm. salpaa geenejä rotilla jopa kolmen sukupolven ajan.
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