Understanding odds has never been a strength of Homo sapiens.
But in terms of beneficial public-health impact, nothing Homo sapiens has invented thus far outpaces the vaccine.
And the professor makes a casual remark about Homo sapiens, and he points out the fang which is still to be seen in the jaw.
Was the oldest 'Homo sapiens' pliocene or miocene, or yet more ancient?
In any case, the result was the evolution of Homo sapiens, the man we are—a quite different fellow from the Neanderthaler.
Homo sapiens invented affection, and then followed sentimentality.
As ourselves, as specimens of Homo sapiens, as members of a society, how can we hope to have anything like an absolute change?
The size of the brain in the existing races of Homo sapiens varies from 950 c.cm.
But an extremely primitive race has survived until the present time to demonstrate the original type of Homo sapiens.
Thus the highly perfected motions of the thumb in Homo sapiens were not attained in Homo neanderthalensis.
1802, in William Turton's translation of Linnæus, coined in Modern Latin from Latin homo "man" (technically "male human," but in logical and scholastic writing "human being;" see homunculus) + sapiens, present participle of sapere "be wise" (see sapient). Used since in various Latin or pseudo-Latin combinations intended to emphasize some aspect of humanity, cf. Henri Bergson's Homo faber "man the tool-maker," in "L'Evolution Créatrice" (1907). Homo as a genus of the order Primates is first recorded 1797.
Homo sapiens |
The modern species of humans. Archaic forms of Homo sapiens probably evolved around 300,000 years ago or earlier in Africa, and anatomically modern fossils are known from about 100,000 years ago. All humans now living belong to the subspecies Homo sapiens sapiens. The closest living relative of Homo sapiens is the chimpanzee. See more at archaic Homo sapiens, Cro-Magnon, Neanderthal.
The biological classification of modern humans. Homo sapiens is Latin for “the wise human” or “the clever human.” The earliest Homo sapiens was Neanderthal, who developed about 150,000 years ago. Sometimes modern humans are further classified into the subspecies of Homo sapiens neanderthalis (Neanderthals) and Homo sapiens sapiens (Cro-Magnons and present-day humans). (See Linnean classification.)