March 23, 2023


Where Did We Come From? Where Will We Go? 

by Jesse Emspak

Section 1: Factors for Success

1.1   The Most Invasive Species of All

        by Curtis W. Marean

1.2   The Origin of Us

        by Kate Wong

1.3   When the Sea Saved Humanity

        by Curtis W. Marean

1.4   The Evolution of Myths

        by Julien d’Huy

1.5   Human Hybrids

        by Michael F. Hammer

Section 2: Africa

2.1   Lush Okavango Delta Pinpointed as Ancestral Homeland of All Living Humans

        by Richard Conniff

2.2   Ancient Human Migration Route Marked by Snail Shell “Bread Crumbs”

        by Cynthia Graber

2.3   Hominins Likely Left Africa Earlier Than Believed

        by Krystal D’Costa

Section 3: The Americas

3.1   Journey into the Americas

        by Jennifer Raff

3.2   Date of the Vikings’ First Atlantic Crossing Revealed by Rays from Space

        by Christopher Intagliata

3.3   Footprint Discovery Hints at Humans in the Americas More Than 20,000 Years Ago

        by Riley Black

3.4   Ancient Bones Spark Fresh Debate over First Humans in the Americas

        by Kate Wong

Section 4: Asia and the Pacific

4.1   Genomes Show the History and Travels of Indigenous Peoples

        by Keolu Fox

4.2   Ice Age Tibetans

        by Jane Qiu

4.3   Is This Indonesian Cave Painting the Earliest Portrayal of a Mythical Story?

        by Kate Wong

Section 5: Europe

5.1   Mother Tongue

        by Roni Jacobsen

5.2   Language Wars

        by Michael Balter

5.3   How Farmers Conquered Europe

        by Laura Spinney

Section 6: Migration and Climate Change

6.1   Fifth Straight Year of Central American Drought Helping Drive Migration

        by Jeff Masters

6.2   America’s Next Great Migrations Are Driven by Climate Change

        by Parag Khanna and Susan Joy Hassol

6.3   Delta Danger

        by Charles Schmidt

6.4   The Ominous Story of Syria’s Climate Refugees

        by John Wendle

Section 7: The Future

7.1   Starship Humanity

        by Cameron M. Smith

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