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slow humans

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Yes, Mario, it's incredible that traditioanal PAs don't see this. --marc Van: "AAT@yahoogroups.com" Beantwoorden - Aan:
Marc Verhaegen
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Jul 19

Swimming trunk: Elephant rescued from ocean 10 miles off Sri Lanka c

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Thanks, Chris & Francesca. Why doesn't the elephant have a pleural space? West JB 2002 free text News Physiol Sci 17:47-50 The elephant is the only mammal
Marc Verhaegen
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Jul 13

fire & human evolution

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Hi all,Around water, bog fires can be common and long burning. Some burning for weeks at a time. Further, the fire line moves more slowly than grass fires do.
terry turner
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Jul 10

Inter-breeding of Neanderthls and humans

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Here is an easier to read article describing archaic (Neanderthal and Denisovan) ERVs in modern humans
Jack
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Jul 5

Ape body plan created in Asia.

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Yes, I would agree. The "virgin" environment in which we (hominoids) developed our body plan should be vertical rifts. Rifting was in process when apes emerged
Mario Petrinovic
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Jul 4

humans & slow loris have more slow-twitch muscle fibers

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Yes, probably some 20 Ma, Africa-Arabia hit Eurasia. The early Simia probably already lived in (very?) wet forests. -NWMs probably crossed the Atl.Ocean (then
Marc Verhaegen
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Jul 4

Subcutaneous fat and running

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All that you've said completely is in tune with what I am proposing (split before Pierolapithecus, but after 22mya). I would only suggest that shoulders
Mario Petrinovic
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Jul 3

Oldest Homo sapiens bones ever found shake foundations of the human

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Hi Stephen, sorry for this late reaction. I just read the 2 papers in Nature. Dr Steele assumes they hunted these antelopes, but AFAICS there's no
Marc Verhaegen
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Jun 14

Pan naledi?

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No argument here.
Jack
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Jun 7

Ouranopith

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Actually, for a long time the Himalayas were accused for that. But, as I remember, recently they found out that Himalayas arose only much later. Also, I am not
Mario Petrinovic
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Jun 5

What pulled our ilium?

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Yes, I would say so. At least, I haven't heard of any other such a situation, yet. And this one really works just like it should for the specific effect to
Mario Petrinovic
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Jun 5

Human Pelvis: Evolution

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Here is info on PTERV pan troglodyte endogenous retrovirus, there are more than 10 classes of these Chimpanzee viruses that were infecting between 2 and at
Jack
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Jun 2

My theory finally has some "hard" evidence

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I don't wish to argue with you. On Wed, May 24, 2017 at 7:37 PM, Mario Petrinovic
George Watkins
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May 25
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