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In any case, the tools and behaviors necessary to support a cooking culture "related to feeding and now necessary for long-term survival of modern humans evolved by the time of homo erectus and before our lineage left Africa.
Mankind's only chance of long-term survival lies in colonising space, as humans drain Earth of resources and face a terrifying array of new threats, warned British scientist Stephen Hawking on Monday.
National action is one thing but frankly global action is fundamental to our long-term survival as a country.
There has been speculation about the effect of competition on the long-term survival rates of new PDP sponsors.
Next, those seeking long-term survival must take four steps: 1.
An early resection with negative tumor margins remains the only hope for long-term survival in patients with cholangiocarcinoma, Dr.
Any secondary pupil who has endured freshman history lectures about the Alien and Sedition Acts should be well aware of the basic dichotomy between full civil rights in times of national emergency versus the most effective ways to guarantee their long-term survival.
It is not all good news - their protected habitat is shrinking and isolated, promoting inbreeding that threatens the primates' long-term survival - but Goodall's hopeful spirit is inspiring.