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Thirty million years ago a population explosion began amongst the primates . . . the dominant mammals at the time. Over the next twenty million years, the primates maximized everything in their environment . . . the mangroves off the east coast of Africa. Then two and a half million years go by; this explosion has become so widespread that it caused a full-on crisis of resources . . . sounds very familiar today. Time moved much slower back then however, and this crisis worked with an unhurried clock in a far longer now. To solve this crisis, evolution reached for a new dimension . . . that’s the nature of evolution. In order to open this new dimension, the primates stood up — to see b... Full story

29 March