A Bizarre New Theory Connects Supernovae Explosions With Humans’ Ability to Walk Upright

We’re going to need some more evidence

Supernova remnant Cassiopeia A. Photo: Universal History Archive/Universal Images Group via Getty Images

By Neel V. Patel

Things from space can have quite the impact on the lifeforms trying to chill here on Earth. The most obvious example of this is the meteor impact that casually wiped out three-fourths of the planet’s plant and

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