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The Return of Extinct Animals – and Maybe Humans; Latest Topic by HuffPost Columnist and Sociologist Gini Graham Scott
Date:3/22/2013

ent humans…And it would be a great opportunity to learn from our past. In fact, given the tumultuous times we live in, perhaps it might be instructive to learn from once extinct animals and our very ancient ancestors.”

In future columns, Scott plans to comment on new developments in society, science, technology and business, and she is writing a book on this topic as a follow-up to her book The Very Next New Thing: Commentaries on the Latest Improvements That Will Be Changing Your Life. It’s tentatively entitled: Does Your Toothbrush Talk to You – And Other Comments on Everyday Life.

Gini Graham Scott is the founder of Changemakers Publishing and Writing

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