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Paul Morris 59m
Replying to @wowfunny251
Don't be so dismissive. I did not equate those "scratches" to art, but rather to symbolic engravings. Notice the similarities between homo erectus, , & the modern human etchings. If you accept the latter as creative, then you'll have to do the same for the others.
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John Hawks Sep 13
Wheeler: "The entire range is south of Newcastle. This is not a polar species."
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Calpe Conference Sep 15
We now conclude our live stream coverage of : The Conference. Thanks to all of you who have been watching! Hope it was useful to those who were unable to attend. We will make individual talks available on the YouTube channel at a later date.
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John Hawks Sep 13
Hovers: "We have to think about the time and effort involved in making the bitumen and other glues for hafting. It is the entire technological system."
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Paul Morris 5h
Replying to @wowfunny251 @RTB_HRoss
The preponderance of the evidence shows an evolutionary progression of cognitive (parietal) symbolism. Notice the graphic similarity between homo erectus and homo sapiens sapiens etchings. They span different continents & different periods. cave art is not a stretch!
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John Hawks Sep 13
Wheeler is laying out a very strong argument for why body proportions may be plastic responses to ambient colder temperatures. I can't do it justice in tweets, but I find it persuasive.
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John Hawks Sep 14
In his final moments, Pääbo is discussing ways of identifying modern human-specific metabolic processes in the brain, from their absence in and genomes, engineering "ancestralized" cells that express archaic versions.
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Grumpy Sep 18
not only did your driver cut me up on A1 South just before A57 exit but because I flashed my lights to let him know I was in outside lane before him he wound window down and made rude gestures. PY64CXH?
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Mark Sep 18
It is not less expensive to “move a mightymug across the street than shipping it to China.” Just not true. talks IP and design on a Mug. Oh my head.
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Calpe Conference Sep 13
Are you following :The Conference online? Watch our live stream here:
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Fwwrr Sep 15
Replying to @johnhawks
What about Gibraltar ? Is there data to differentiate them? Aren't they supposed to have had a high seafood diet?
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John Hawks Sep 13
Conference venue for at University of Gibraltar.
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HMS Enterprise Sep 18
Replying to @BO3673
What are they thinking?
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Stateless Person Sep 12
Whew! Now, tell us the origins of these peoples and how they got to this land. If you say the originated here, then you're a sub-species of human and have no more land rights than animals. .
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Beth Ann Gallagher Sep 15
Replying to @missbethg
Most amusing 23andme result.
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Sophie Jørgensen-R Sep 15
Veneziano using machine learning to identify Sima de Los Huesos taxonomy, or ! As we've seen, they were being probably intentionally deposited, but who are "they"?
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ArchieBoy Sep 17
Just to be clear... Hunting animals for food is one thing...meat eaters need to eat meat...what is unacceptable is the trophy photograph.
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Rudaw English Sep 19
skull, two complete skeletons found in Cave
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Calpe Conference Sep 15
:The Conference draws to an end. We thank all speakers, and once again all of you who have joined in the online conversation! We hope many of you have also found our YouTube live stream useful.
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theCarbonite Sep 16
I would rather be anything else than a clueless right-wing, Daily Star reading cretin like yourself. You have nothing to say you absolute gutter dwelling cunt. I would expect nothing more though from you - stupidity is rife amongst your ilk.
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