Kepler-452b revolves around a sun much like our own.
June 2, 2003|
Frontlines | Adaptation vs. Inheritance Courtesy of Anna Gislén Most people see a blur when they dive underwater, but a group of youngsters in Southeast Asia, who belong to a seminomadic, seafaring tribe called the Moken, can discern small objects on the sea floor. Swedish scientists, who have studied these children, reckon this heightened ability highlights human adaptability to diverse environments. "The ... Moken of Southeast Asia are a shy people," explains Anna Gislén