What Neanderthal Genes Are Doing in Your DNA, The Time Photosynthesis Killed Nearly All Life on Earth, and the Inventor of “Do, Re, Mi” Notation

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Learn about what Neanderthal genes might be doing in your DNA; Guido d’Arezzo, the 11th-century Benedictine monk who invented “Do, Re, Mi” notation, or solfège; and how photosynthesis killed off 99 percent of life on Earth during the the Great Oxygenation Event.

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"Do, Re, Mi" Notation Was Invented by One Man 1,000 Years Ago by Reuben Westmaas

The time that photosynthesis killed off 99% of life on Earth by Cameron Duke

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