Researchers Track Humans to Common Ancestor NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with science writer Steve Olson about his article in the current issue of the journal Nature. With professors Joseph Change and Douglas Rohde, Olson writes that a new statistical model shows that all human beings have a common ancestor, who lived just 3,500 years ago.
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Researchers Track Humans to Common Ancestor

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Researchers Track Humans to Common Ancestor

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NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with science writer Steve Olson about his article in the current issue of the journal Nature. With professors Joseph Change and Douglas Rohde, Olson writes that a new statistical model shows that all human beings have a common ancestor, who lived just 3,500 years ago.