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Changesurfer Radio
Interview with science journalist Chip Walter
Chip Walter
 J. Hughes  Contact Contributor
April 7, 2007, 2:47 p.m.
Walter argues that our bodies and brains co-evolved the capacities that set us off from other animals: big toes, opposable thumbs, laughter and tears, kissing and speech. This is leading us to our next stage, the "cybersapien."

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