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61990

Panama closure cause ice age 2.6 Ma?

Pacific freshening drives Pliocene cooling and Asian monsoon intensification Junsheng Nie, Thomas Stevens, Yougui Song, John King, Rui Zhang, Shunchuan Ji,
Marc Verhaegen
Jun 29, 2014
#61990
 
61989

Re: nicotinamide (B3) key nutrient?

Fascinating idea. They think that when meat was in short supply the TB bacillus produced enough nicotinamide to tide us over. The human body actually
gdvbqz
Jun 28, 2014
#61989
 
61988

Re: nicotinamide (B3) key nutrient?

Interesting article in New Scientist. Co-written by Robin Dunbar. They think that meat eating was crucial for human evolution because of key nutrient vitamin
Marc Verhaegen
Jun 27, 2014
#61988
 
61987

Hn & plant resources

The Exploitation of Plant Resources by Neanderthals in Amud Cave (Israel): The Evidence from Phytolith Studies Marco Madella cs 2002 doi 10.1006/jasc.2001.0743
Marc Verhaegen
Jun 27, 2014
#61987
 
61986

Re: From the Mouths of babes

Kid Catches Huge Fish With Bare Hands http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEdCqtPpAvk http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEdCqtPpAvk Kid Catches Huge Fish With Bare
christianengelbrecht
Jun 27, 2014
#61986
 
61985

Re: From the Mouths of babes

When I took my daughter to the beach when she was 4 or so, her very first reaction was to start digging for clams. She even got a couple. Then a guy dug a hole
Heather Twist
Jun 26, 2014
#61985
 
61984

From the Mouths of babes

We all prefer peer reviewed scientific articles but sometimes testimonials can also be insightful.  A recent conversation I had with a 3 year old is such a
Greg Last NameJones
Jun 26, 2014
#61984
 
61983

Re: Hn coproliths

The Neanderthal Meal: A New Perspective Using Faecal Biomarkers Ainara Sistiaga, Carolina Mallol, Bertila Galv¨¢n & Roger Everett Summons 2014 PLoS doi
Marc Verhaegen
Jun 26, 2014
#61983
 
61982

Re: multi-regional "discussion"

It's open access. --marc _____ Stringer C 2014 TREE 29:248-251 Why we are not all multiregionalists now Recent revelations that human genomes contain DNA
Marc Verhaegen
Jun 26, 2014
#61982
 
61981

Re: no M3

Wheat isn't hard either ... I mean bread barely needs chewing. But it messes with the gut. The gliadin molecule attaches to a receptor on the gut wall. It has
Heather Twist
Jun 26, 2014
#61981
 
61980

Re: no M3

You may be right, Heather, that the relation between soft foods & small cheeks is not so simple. Members of the Tokugawa dynasty in Japan had very small cheek,
Marc Verhaegen
Jun 26, 2014
#61980
 
61979

nicotinamide (B3) key nutrient?

Interesting article in New Scientist. Co-written by Robin Dunbar. They think that meat eating was crucial for human evolution because of key nutrient vitamin
gdvbqz
Jun 26, 2014
#61979
 
61978

Hispanop orthograde

The vertebral remains of the late Miocene great ape Hispanopithecus laietanus from Can Llobateres 2 (Vallès-Penedès Basin, NE Iberian Peninsula) Ivette
Marc Verhaegen
Jun 26, 2014
#61978
 
61977

Hn calcaneus

Human calcanei from the Middle Pleistocene site of Sima de los Huesos (Sierra de Atapuerca, Burgos, Spain) Adrián Pablos, Ignacio Martínez, Carlos Lorenzo,
Marc Verhaegen
Jun 26, 2014
#61977
 
61976

Hn coproliths

https://www.sciencenews.org/blog/gory-details/neanderthals-reveal-their-diet -oldest-excrement
Marc Verhaegen
Jun 26, 2014
#61976
 
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