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discovery of naledi

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        I don't have time, or will, to go through all this right now (if there is a need, I'll read this, though, no problem). For the mere beginning, I
Mario Petrinovic
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Oct 9

The other OOA (Out Of Asia) theory

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        I must defend Darwin. I don't know what Darwin said, but this actually is the way to contemplate our past. If Darwin said that OoA had sense in
Mario Petrinovic
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Sep 22

Dental development in naledi

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Thanks Marc for diligently sending these out. Just another nail in the coffin for Naledi, almost assuredly an Australopithecus.
Jack
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Sep 16

On the credibility of "science"

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Yes, the study is based on flawed premises. We are related to apiths, of course, but less than chimps or gorillas. I have no doubt that - many perhaps all
Marc Verhaegen
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Sep 16

humanlike footprints on a seacoast in Crete 5.7 Ma

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Professor Per Ahlberg (last author) emails that the Trachilos footprints are unambiguously coastal: they occur in a very brief emergent episode in what is
Marc Verhaegen
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Sep 5

Re: Denisovan Needlework !

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Being a hoax is not as likely as just being a later artifact than what claimed. george On Mon, Sep 4, 2017 at 6:14 PM, Jack teamyin@gmail.com [AAT]
George Watkins
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Sep 4

A thought

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Barnett, Well there is a choice for every society, the unequal distribution of wealth (democratic meritocracy) or the equal distribution of poverty (communism)
Jack
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Aug 26
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