3-D Labyrinthine Computerized Tomography Tracks Human Dispersal Across the Globe

Little do audiologists know that based upon a 2018 study, the labyrinth can now be used by paleontologists to trace the movement of humans across the globe thousands of years ago.    There are two theories about how humans populated the world.  The Multi-regional hypotheses, first proposed in the 1980s and revised in 2003, suggests…

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Hearing, Balance and Hyperloop: Part II

Last week we discussed the development of a concept described as the Vactrain.  While the concept began in the 19th century, Robert Goddard, as a freshman at Worchester Polytechnic Institute, substantially refined the idea in a 1906 short story called “The High-Speed Bet” which was summarized and published in a 1909  Scientific American editorial called “The Limit…

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