He said this is because humans changed ways
of life from consuming the thousands of plant species to reliance on agriculture.
His changed ways
come hand-in-hand with a new television series on CBBC, Dennis & Gnasher Unleashed, which embraces difference and diversity.
"As it evolved tools and approaches, the telecommunication revolution has also changed ways
of thinking and behaviors.
"The changed ways
of working and people's increasing mobility between different countries, makes it necessary for the regulations concerning social insurance benefit payments to people working in other countries to be made simpler and more understandable," Iva said in a press release.
Renaissance optical instruments such as telescopes changed ways
of seeing and understanding the world.
But the troubled celeb, whose drinking led to him being sacked from the Street in 2007 after playing Les for ten years, has managed to win back Sandra after promising her he had changed ways
* We will see continued movement toward a more virtual, adaptive and flexible sector: more telecommuting, mobile service delivery, online engagement with clients and the public, and similarly changed ways
of doing business.
Trade unions are nearing the end of a 90-day consultation period after which the new job descriptions and changed ways
of working will be implemented.
The article went on to argue that universities will have to invest heavily in revamping their library facilities to reflect the changed ways
in which students learn and study.
Scores of UK hospitals have announced redundancies after the Government has changed ways
it funds operations, which would see Worcestershire losing out on around pounds 20 million each year.