Humans will keep on evolving

From New Scientist, six things we all do: A series of articles on human nature — from law to gossip, find out what universal characteristics make us human. A review of Am I a Monkey? Six Big Questions about Evolution by Francisco J. Ayala. From Social Evolution Forum, Herbert Gintis on the evolution of human cooperation. Transforming Humanity: Russell Blackford on enhancement anxiety. Is it human nature to be good?: A review of Sommes-nous naturellement moraux? by Vanessa Nurock. Why did our species survive? Alison Brooks, Ed Green, Chris Stringer, and Edward O. Wilson tackle the question. Are humans getting better? Peter Singer wonders. David Orban explains why he thinks machines are going to make us human again. Human Revolution: Tauriq Moosa on the ethical obligation to technologically improve ourselves. What does E.O. Wilson mean by a "social conquest of the Earth"?: Carl Zimmer asks the evolutionary biologist about the theories in his high-profile new book (and more and more and more and more and more and more and more and more). Is the "propensity to truck, barter, and exchange" unique to human evolution? Unless we stop having sex, humans will keep on evolving.