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I Love Lucy? - Article
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William A. Hoesch, M.S. - ... to TV audiences of the 1950s and 1960s, was a spunky red-headed actress. To our more educated schoolchildren today, however, "Lucy" means something quite different. She is the celebrated fossil that appears in textbooks as a...
The Lucy Show to Open in Houston - Article
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Lawrence E. Ford, Sr. - ... Associated Press reports that “Lucy” aka Australopithecus afarensis will be making a six-year, multi-city tour beginning September 2007. The Museum of Natural Science in Houston, which has been negotiating the international...
Do We Now Have a New Monkey for an Uncle? - Article
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John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... to the hypothetical missing link, is the well-known "Lucy." Officially, named Australopithecus afarensis, this 3'6" tall "ape-man" was quite like a bonobo chimpanzee, with a chimp-sized brain, long curved fingers...
Has the Missing Link Been Found? - Article
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John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... completely apelike, but more so than the fossil dubbed "Lucy." This remarkable fossil, 40% complete and three feet six inches tall, was found by Dr. Donald Johanson in 1974, who admits that Lucy was chimplike. Although Lucy's skull...
More Evidence Lucy Was Just an Ape - Article
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Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - ... evolutionary scientists have talked of Lucy since the 1970s as a supposed ape-like ancestor of humans. It’s probably the world’s most famous extinct ape. The Lucy kind was roughly the size and shape of a chimpanzee. Scientists...
What Distinguishes Man from Ape? - Article
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John D. Morris, Ph.D. - "Australopithecus," which includes the famous "Lucy." "Lucy" was quite chimp-like, 3'6" tall, with a chimp-sized brain, chimp-like dentation, and a body style little different from modern chimps. Only...
Who Or What Was Australopithicus Ananemsis? - Article
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John D. Morris, Ph.D. - the species names africanus, afarensis (including the famous "Lucy"), ramidus, and most recently ananemsis. A look at the actual data which led to the recent designation reveals the lengths to which men will go to justify their belief in our...
Who Or What Made The Laetoli Footprints? - Article
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John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... Since this date was that of the australopithecine "Lucy," found in 1974, the discovery was important indeed. The prints were discovered and defended by the recently deceased Mary Leakey (died December 9, 1996, at the age of 83),...
Evolutionary Face-Making - Article
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Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - ... article captioned an image of Gurche’s sculpture of Lucy (scientific name Australopithecus afarensis) with the assertion, “below the neck, A. afarensis exhibited some human traits and could walk on two feet.”1 However, this...
Was Lucy An Ape-man? - Article
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John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... consisting of a skeleton forty percent complete, was discovered in Ethiopia by Donald Johanson in 1974, and was dated at 3.2 million years of age. He calculated her to have stood about 3'6" tall, and to have weighed about 50 pounds. Certain...
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