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Question 1: ________: A. anamensisA. afarensisA. bahrelghazaliA. africanusA. garhi
ArdipithecusAustralopithecusHomo habilisHuman evolution

Question 2: [65] The number of centenarians (humans of age 100 years or older) in the world was estimated by the ________ at 210,000 in 2002.
United NationsIsrael, Palestine, and the United NationsUnited Nations High Commissioner for RefugeesUnited Nations Security Council

Question 3: [41] Human activity is believed to be a major contributor to the ongoing ________, which is a form of mass extinction.
Habitat destructionOverpopulationThe Skeptical EnvironmentalistHolocene extinction

Question 4: Most researchers believe that skin darkening was an adaptation that evolved as a protection against ultraviolet ________.
EarthSolar variationSunlightSun

Question 5:
What is Human's current status?
Updating every day
DD
Defunct
LC

Question 6: Major fields of philosophy include logic, metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy of mind, and axiology (which includes ethics and ________).
Applied aestheticsArthur SchopenhauerDavid HumeAesthetics

Question 7: [106] A common perception of war is a series of military campaigns between at least two opposing sides involving a dispute over sovereignty, territory, resources, ________, or other issues.
Relationship between religion and scienceReligionAtheismSoul

Question 8: Others define it as freedom from want and distress; consciousness of the good order of things; assurance of one's place in the universe or ________.
DemocracyJürgen HabermasSocietyPolitical philosophy

Question 9: However, humans have a great capacity for altering their habitats by various methods, such as through irrigation, urban planning, ________, transport, manufacturing goods, deforestation and desertification.
Civil engineeringStructural engineeringBuilding services engineeringConstruction

Question 10: The zygote divides inside the female's ________ to become an embryo, which over a period of thirty-eight weeks (9 months) of gestation becomes a human fetus.
UterusVulvaReproductive systemOvary
















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