Alan Alda joins John Shea for a lesson on Primitive Technology. Alan makes hand axes like a Neanderthal, but throws a pretty mean spear at an unsuspecting doe.
Director or Photography Larry Engel explains some of the work that went into lighting a scene at the American Museum of Natural History in New York.
Alan Alda, Series Producer Graham Chedd, and Executve Producer Jared Lipworth participated in a live webcast this week, hosted by the National Science Foundation.
Which came first – the running or the brain? Running could be the reason humans were able to hunt large game and consume the protein needed for a big brain.
A new study looked at how macaque monkeys respond to other monkeys’ efforts at communication in the form of drumming or vocalizing.
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