Evolution: Facing the Future, Looking to the Past 進化：展望未來，溯古尋源
Forged by natural selection and honed by evolution, humans are perfectly adapted machines … for a world that no longer exists. In Unfit for Purpose: When Human Evolution Collides with the Modern World, biologist and broadcaster Professor Adam Hart explores the mismatch between our fundamental biology and the modern world we have created. Today he talks with Rebecca Wragg Sykes, author of Kindred: Neanderthal Life, Love, Death and Art about evolution, adaptability and what we might learn from how Neanderthals survived hundreds of thousands of years of climate change. Moderated by CNN Senior Writer, Sarah Lazarus. In ENGLISH, and available online 24 hours later with CHINESE subtitles. Click here to watch for FREE.
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由物競天擇機制和進化系統所鼓鑄的人類，在某個已經不復存在的世界裡，是一部部完美的適應機器。在《Unfit for Purpose: When Human Evolution Collides with the Modern World》，生物學家兼廣播員Adam Hart教授將會探索人類的身體和這個鑄自我們手的世界是何等的不配合。今天他與《Sykes Kindred: Neanderthal Life, Love, Death and Art》的作者Rebecca Wragg會談及進化、適應力、以及尼安塔尼亞人能存活於千百年氣候變化所帶給我們的啟示。 有線電視新聞網資深作者Sarah Lazarus將主持這個節目。有線電視新聞網資深作者Sarah Lazarus將主持這個節目。節目以英語進行， 中文字幕將於24小時後提供在線上觀看。按此免費觀看。
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Rebecca Wragg Sykes has been fascinated by the vanished worlds of the Pleistocene ice ages since childhood, and pursued a scientific career researching the most enigmatic characters of all, the Neanderthals.
Adam Hart is a biologist, broadcaster and author, and Professor of Science Communication at the University of Gloucestershire.
Sarah Lazarus is a digital producer and editor for CNN’s global features team.