Put simply, it suggests an alternative theory
of evolution to the hunter-gatherer model: human ancestors adapted early to an aquatic life, and this is why humans evolved differently to other primates.
Forty-three international academics, researchers, and finance professionals contribute 43 chapters exploring alternative theory
relating to finance.
New Urbanism has been offered as an alternative theory
and method of planning to more adequately grapple with these problems.
HOWEVER, AS HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE STUDENTS IN THE STATE OF LOUISIANA, YOU ARE ENTITLED TO LEARN AN ALTERNATIVE THEORY
SUPPORTED BY NO SCIENTIFICE EVIDENCE WHATSOEVER
Today, unfortunately, an alternative theory
is taking hold in some quarters of Congress.
An alternative theory
is that the first wings may have appeared in land-based animals, functioning as a mechanism to increase running speeds and then leading to take-offs and flying thereafter.
In a paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Stefano Allesina and Jonathan Levine put forward an alternative theory
that can explain such complex patterns of biodiversity.
The central thrust of Klapwijk's book is to provide an alternative theory
of evolution to the Darwinian theory of evolution that is aimless and purposeless.
In order for liability to attach, the defendant must do something more, such as voluntarily undertake to care for an unconscious patron or offer evidence to raise a genuine issue under an alternative theory
Professor Uros Seljak, of the University of California at Berkeley, said: "We can test any alternative theory
If you really want to worry, there is an alternative theory
that the planet is tilting and the pole shifting, an event of such magnitude neither due to, nor reversible by, our puny efforts.
The purpose of this book is to portray an alternative theory
of sustainable urban development for the global South.