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Evolution

Biological, gene based evolution is readily and often dramatically demonstrated in animals. In our instance, primate biology and anatomy is notable for the similarities to us including with the chimpanzee brain closely resembling our own. In addition, with over 98% commonality in genes, between humans and chimpanzees, the obvious question is how did our minds become so different? Evolution in humans has taken on a different dimension with cultural, meme (ideas, behaviors) based evolution, having taken over from biological evolution in the last 50 thousand years. This applies particularly to the mind, with a timescale dramatically different, measured in minutes to years rather than tens of thousands to millions of years. Macaque monkeys, Lemurs’ abilities are representative of this stage of our evolution today. Michael Hoffmann, Assembly of the Human Mind: How Present Day Primates Reflect our Mind’s Anatomical and Physiological Evolution
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