Visited my US family tree, today

-Posted by D. Worth (US) | for- M. Barbay France (US trip!)

A smaller family than most... 1700-1800 was a time of uncertainty, as early death associated with typhoid and small pox, was common... For this, I am proud to say that they helped to bridge an extension for the longevity of man; and forever left those archives in history... And as European-Americans, they were well traveled; & also held undivided focus... Their lives were lives of innovations & donations in Europe; of which America held tremendous value. ...I remain humbled...

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The Future of Man--How Will Evolution Change Humans?
Scientific American - December 18, 2008
Contrary to popular belief, humans continue to evolve. Our bodies and brains are not the same as our ancestors' were or as our descendants' will be...

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