Becoming a father changes a man’s life, and it also changes his biology, lowering his testosterone level (not necessarily a bad thing). Peter Gray, evolutionary anthropologist and coauthor of Fatherhood: Evolution and Human Paternal Behavior, explores the scientific side of fatherhood. “Men find fatherhood validating. Over the long haul, men’s health may be benefited by having kids.”
Honey's effects on human evolution excite UNLV anthropologist
Sometimes, life throws things at you. What you decide to do with them can mean nothing.
Or it can mean everything.
Like when Alyssa Crittenden was an undergraduate and she took an introduction to evolution class at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Whoa. Blew. Her. Away.
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