You've written that "evolution is not a long undeviated slog." If it's not that, what is it?
What makes humans so different from our closest animal relatives?
There was a dramatic shift in human development about 100,000 years ago. This occurred well after the appearance of human fossils similar to our own. Can you elaborate?
In your book The Human Odyssey you've written that "the shared possession of DNA is the clearest proof of the common descent of all life forms on Earth." Can you elaborate?
As you know, in the United States a large segment of the population doesn't accept evolution. How do we reach these people?
You've talked about the future evolution of humans, you've said we're not evolving anymore. Can you elaborate?
What is it about studying humans and primates that you enjoy? What have you learned from them?