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Re: [AAT] Cranium of Primate Found in Chad

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  • Marc Verhaegen
    ... About the DNA from ca.1.8 Ma tools that seems to be 3 times closer to human than to chimp DNA? Yes, contamination is not unlikely. If it s no
    Message 1 of 185 , Aug 1, 2001
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      >http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/sci/tech/newsid_1466000/1466744.stm
      >Any comment? Gerry


      About the DNA from ca.1.8 Ma tools that seems to be 3 times closer to human
      than to chimp DNA? Yes, contamination is not unlikely. If it's no
      contamination, it's probably from early Homo (tool), not from A.robustus.

      Marc
    • Gerry Reinhart-Waller
      ... From: Marc Verhaegen To: Sent: Monday, August 27, 2001 10:03 AM Subject: Re: [AAT] Re: Cranium of
      Message 185 of 185 , Aug 27, 2001
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        ----- Original Message -----
        From: Marc Verhaegen <marc.verhaegen@...>
        To: <AAT@yahoogroups.com>
        Sent: Monday, August 27, 2001 10:03 AM
        Subject: Re: [AAT] Re: Cranium of Primate Found in Chad


        > >> >> >> >if one sees himself as
        > >> >> >> >schizophrenic, then so he shall be.
        > >> >> >>
        > >> >> >> Gerry, Gerry, as usual you're talking a lot of nonsense, eg, no
        > >> >> >> schizophrenic wants to be or to be called schizophrenic.
        > >> >> >> Most of them deny they're ill. Marc
        > >> >> >
        > >> >> >Then, Dear Marc, perhaps they are NOT ill.
        > >> >>
        > >> >> Apparently you've never seen a schizophrenic. Marc
        > >> >
        > >> >I've seen those who claim to be but they didn't appear to deviate that
        > >> >far from the norm (what that is). Apparently you have. What do they
        > >> >look like? Gerry
        > >>
        > >> They *look* like us, but *behave* differently. I'm not going to give
        > >> psychiatric lessons here. This is a discussion group on AAT.
        > >> Marc
        > >
        > >Don't want psychiatric lessons but how does a schizophrenic behave? And
        > how
        > >do you know you don't possess schizophrenic tendencies (not that I think
        > you
        > >do)? Gerry
        >
        > Gerry, please, this discussion group is not on medicine. You can find the
        > symptoms of schizophrenia in any textbook of psychiatry (paranoid,
        > egocentric, rigid, hallucinal..., eg, they think their wife has slept with
        > everybody, they want to change the world, they're convinced they know
        > better, they think they're followed by the police...). Marc


        Yes. It's exactly how I see it. Schizophrenia is in the eye of the
        beholder.

        Gerry
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