Tuesday, December 22, 2009

2009's Top Scientific Breakthrough; a bridge to Bigfoot

The journal Science has named the top scientific breakthrough of the year as the unveiling of "Ardi," a skeletal reconstruction of a 4.4 million-year-old fossil. Ardi (pictured), possibly the oldest known human ancestor, offers scientists a "Rosetta stone" in helping decipher our ancient family tree.

We reported early on in October regarding the discovery Ardi in our post Aridi did descend from apes

There is a great article at Science Magazine
And an update at the Cosmic Log at MSNBC

There is a great video at The Journal of Science here.
Below is a great NBC clip announcing the Ardi News.

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