The first humans were smaller and “scrappy,” new study shows

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The first humans were smaller, but “scrappy” according to a new comprehensive data set. These humans emerged from South Africa and were from a smaller-bodied species called Homo habilis , also known as “The Handy Man.” This is a complete shake-up of the human family tree. It’s been theorized for many years that the first humans to leave Africa were related to Homo erectus, a tall, muscular human. It wasn’t so, say scientists at Simon Fraser University. Read the rest of The first humans were smaller and “scrappy,” new study shows

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Gorgeous cantilevering roof made of timber tops Hungary’s spectacular new Pancho Arena

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Large-scale solar is nearly the same cost as other fuels in world’s three biggest markets

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If you remember anything from your first economics class, it probably has something to do with supply and demand. The more abundant a product, the lower the price drops. In the case of rapidly growing technologies like solar power , a plummeting price tag means an increase in demand, illustrating the economic principles perfectly. Large scale solar – the avenues that bring sun energy to utility company grids – has seen such substantial advancements recently that solar energy is now at near wholesale price parity with other sources of grid power in the three biggest markets on earth. According to industry experts, things could heat up even more in the future of solar power. Read the rest of Large-scale solar is nearly the same cost as other fuels in world’s three biggest markets

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The UK’s largest earth sculpture is a gigantic horse leaping across the land

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