Something's not right if you have to go out with 100 people."Delightful, which goes live today, is aimed at helping singles "find love and keep love," said Harvey, who will host video chats, write blog posts and participate in question-and-answer sessions on the site."We're going to help women get themselves out of the hunting game," he says."And we're going to make a concerted effort to get men on here who are looking more seriously for a relationship instead of just dating a lot of people."Harvey, whose best-selling book, "Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man: What Men Really Think About Love, Relationships, Intimacy, and Commitment" (Amistad), was made into a 2012 film, "Think Like a Man" and its 2014 sequel, "Think Like a Man Too," acts as something of a love coach on his syndicated radio show, "The Steve Harvey Morning Show" and his daily talk show on NBC, "Steve Harvey.""There really isn't an online dating brand that's driven by a known relationship expert who has mass appeal," Sam Yagan, CEO of the Match Group, said Wednesday."Steve helps people all the time find relationships.
And the complexity of the cave's geology initially misled the scientists, says Matthew Tocheri, a paleoanthropologist at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, and a member of the discovery team.In many places, these layers have been scoured by erosion, altered by seeping water, and jumbled by tectonic activity.About a year after the discovery, paleoanthropologist Thomas Sutikna, the new study’s lead author and a Ph. candidate at the Centre for Archaeological Research in Jakarta, pushed the team to take a closer look at the series of sedimentary layers, or stratigraphy, along the eastern wall.In 2003, scientists made a startling find in a remote cave on the Indonesian island of Flores: The skull and skeleton of an adult female hominin, a group consisting of modern humans and extinct human species, who stood only about a meter tall.That discovery sparked a fierce debate about whether the hominin—officially dubbed but often called the “hobbit”—was a separate species or a diseased modern human.