Human Journey

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Shiena Mae B. IguiñaJuly 12, 2011
BSN III-4Prof. Amando Grata
The Incredible Human Journey
Fascinating! That’s one word I could use for what we had for the fourth week of our Sociology class. Sir Grata enabled us to watch a documentary about the evolution of man particularly on how we become to who we are today!

Dr. Alice Roberts led us to some answers. She was the anthropologist-osteoarchaeologist who was behind the journey to find out the origin of our species. The thing that I most like about her while watching the documentary is that her perseverance and dedication to solve the mysteries circling the footsteps of our ancestors, the beginning of evolution. What I want to employ is that, right now in our society most of us might not even take a look or even spend ten minutes of their time in watching such a documentary like this. Most would choose to watch a Hollywood film or even a reality show but not a documentary about human evolution. But from what I can see from Dr. Roberts, she is passionate, passionate to acquire answers. Her enthusiasm every time she’ll be able to acquire fossils, bones, artifacts that’ll lead one step closer to our beginning is just unfathomable. Her dedication for finding answers is superb! I

On her journey
Africa, the place where presumably the first humans where born.

She enjoyed every moment that takes her one step ahead to our origin! That is really fascinating, the enthusiasm she has for the beginning of mankind. Every time, Dr. Roberts finds evidences from bones, artifacts and fossils tells

Africa, the place where presumably the first humans where born. Then, the question lies are we all descended from Black Africans if so, why most of us would look so different? Dr. Alice Roberts led us to some answers. She was the anthropologist-osteoarchaeologist who was behind the journey to find out the origin of our species. Roberts shows how the evidence from bones, artefacts and genes tells us that...
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