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Youtube

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I don't know anything about you-tube etc., but I sent a short comment. --marc What a bunch of crap that video was. It only served to prove how ridiculous the
Marc Verhaegen
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Apr 19

limb proportions of naledi

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Hi Hans, you have to paste the link below. (The text below is all there is in the proceedings of the AAPA meeting: it's only an abstract. The commments below
Marc Verhaegen
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Apr 12

FW: That Wikipedia article

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Why not ôsemi-aquatic human (Homo) ancestor theoryö? Too much of a mouthful? It would support the website IÆ've started though. And semi-aquatic includes
Marc Verhaegen
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Mar 31

human seaweed consumption

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Early-Pleistocene archaic Homo ancestors had not only shellfish but also seaweed (=kelp?) in their diet: - some remarkable convergences in cone wavelengths
Marc Verhaegen
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Mar 27

H.habilis?

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"Different habilis might have belonged to different taxa" marc notes above in reviewing this article. I fully agree, especially since it is linked to
George Watkins
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Mar 22

nose shape

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AFAICS (see my Hum.Evol.papers + later evidence), - the S.African australopiths have derived features of chimps, - the E.Africans, of gorillas. I'd place
Marc Verhaegen
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Mar 19

Peat Bog Fire Uses

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... ... Or you just clipped them for convenient reading? Yes, as I wrote: Below are some easily found stories from the web about what such fires are like to be
terry.turner1602@sbcglobal.net
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Mar 14

Paper attached: 15,000!! viruses that are unique to humans, embedded

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If you go back 10 years EVERYONE was sure Africans had the most genetic diversity. Now we are slowly realizing it is not the case. African are nestled in
Fbfb
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Mar 6

Late Pleistocene archaic human crania from Xuchang, China

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1.6 to 1.8 mya tools in China. China and Java and are important to the general http://www.nature.com/articles/srep02403
Fbfb
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Mar 6

A behavioural framework for the evolution of feeding in predatory aq

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The paper says that both a small mouth & hyoidal descent (as in humans vs apes) are typical of suction feeders. This seems to imply that human ancestors also
Marc Verhaegen
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Mar 2
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