Fingerprint Formation, I Love This Song, Ancient Tools
Today you’ll learn about how fingerprints form, how quickly you can determine whether or not you like a song, and how ancient ancestors to homo sapiens were using tools way earlier than we thought!
- “How fingerprints form was a mystery — until now” by McKenzie Prillaman
- “The developmental basis of fingerprint pattern formation and variation” by James D. Glover et al.
- “All Patterns Great and Small” By Tina Hesman Saey
- “Pigment pas de deux puts stripes on zebrafish” by Tina Hesman Saey
I Love This Song
- “Knowing We Like a Song Takes Only Seconds of Listening, New Psychology Research Finds” by James Devitt
- “The Whole is Not Different From its Parts: Music Excerpts are Representative of Songs” by Sara J. Philibotte et al.
- “2.9-million-year-old butchery site in Kenya suggests humans perhaps weren't first to use crafted stone tools” By Genelle Weule
- “Expanded geographic distribution and dietary strategies of the earliest Oldowan hominins and Paranthropus” by THOMAS W. PLUMMER et al.
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