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where can I find the link between anatomical changes (ie: farmen magnum being further forward) in humans, being linked to traits (ie:bipedalism) in the evolution of man in my bio book or on the web?

And while I'm at it, where do all the unanswered questions in Merspi go? I would like it if it was easier for me to find my old questions particularly because unlike the regular users, as a casual user I don't have my own account. Because of this, I have no way to keep track of my things when I go to a new computer or that sort of thing. It sure would be nice if you had a list of questions sorted by date asked, rather than by poppularity or some ****. Something is screwed up. Also, good questions which I see floating around on the mainpage suddenly dissapear from time to time ~ and sometimes by OLDER ones? WTF is up with that! Bring back to old Merspi I say! Revitalise!

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To answer your second question (which should be a seperate question, really):

Your older questions can be found if you look for them. Just remember what tag you gave them and it should be easier.

There is also a search bar located above the 'Ask Question' button - even if you don't remember the title of your question you can enter a few terms an it is pretty good.

Finally, you can subscribe to the RSS feed for your question to, which means a feed reader, like Google Reader, will alert you whenever a change has been made.

I hope this helps.

(Of course you could sign-up...it is worth it in my opinion!)

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To answer your first question - anatomical changes facilitate functional changes. Movement towards a more erect posture (and many other factors) would facilitate bipedalism for example. Bio books don't really go through it thoroughly (you only need to understand the basics) and I haven't come across any sites on the net without searching. Try around page 589 in Nature of Biology or around page 450 in Heinemann Biology.

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