Ian Wallace, an evolutionary biologist at Harvard University and another symposium presenter, said that "upright walking
is the defining characteristic of the human lineage.
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I think it's just a matter of time before these exoskeletons become so very light where it takes 15 seconds to put it on and then you can go out and be upright walking
with no assistance at all."
Humanoid robots have yet to master upright walking
on two legs, like people do.
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Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Australopithecus afarensis (the species of the well-known "Lucy" skeleton) was an upright walking
species, but the question of whether it also spent much of its time in trees has been the subject of much debate, partly because a complete set of A.
Whereas Lucy was designed for upright walking
-- a crucial step in human evolution -- her newly identified neighbour appears to have been a bit of a swinger.
While upright body position is evidenced in other primates such as chimpanzees, humans are the only ones who are exclusively bipedal and whose bodies have a number of special adaptations to upright walking
that represent profound changes in anatomy.
A brief functional analysis was conducted in an analogue setting to identify the maintaining variables for upright walking
in a woman with developmental disabilities supported in an outpatient setting.
evolved in the ancestors of all apes, including humans, as a means of foraging for food in the small branches of the tropical forests and these techniques were later used by human ancestors to allow them to adapt to walking on two feet on the ground."
Topics discussed include fossil aging; where and when humans emerged; which came first, upright walking
or intelligence; whether or not we have been "murderous apes" from the beginning of our history; when humans first began to speak; and whether we are the logical conclusion of a long evolutionary journey or an "evolutionary accident." Originally published in Spanish as La especie elegida (1998, Ediciones Temas de Hoy, Ltd.), the Blackwell edition makes the work available in English.