Are We Alone - What Makes Us Human Part II: Adaptability
Are humans unique or do we just do some things a little better than other species? In the second of our two-part series – how our ability to adapt has shaped our evolution.
Find out how throwing a burger on the grill has transformed our species… the 1% genetic difference that separate us from chimps… why we’re poorly adapted and stressed out … and why human evolution is not only on the move, but picking up the pace.
- Richard Wrangham – Biological anthropologist at Harvard University and author of Catching Fire: How Cooking Made Us Human
- Katherine Pollard – Biostatistician at the Gladstone Institutes at the University of California, San Francisco
- Robert Sapolsky – Biological scientist at Stanford University and neurologist at Stanford’s School of Medicine. Author of Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers, Third Edition and, more recently, Monkeyluv: And Other Essays on Our Lives as Animals
- Gregory Cochran – Anthropologist at the University of Utah and co-author of The 10,000 Year Explosion: How Civilization Accelerated Human Evolution