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Dietary, skeletal, and class differences in premodern populations

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Dear Trudy, I'm emailing you the new paper. I'm working through the bibliography now, which is the most thorough one I've seen on this topic before. There are
Steve Farmer
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Aug 27

Vedic Foundation's guru convicted & fled to India

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Valerie, Ditto on what Michael just said. We've reported in detail on this terrible business since the news broke out in the middle of the California textbook
Steve Farmer
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Aug 10

Vedic Recitation and Brain Structure

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Certainly, but I hadn't taken what you wrote ‹ "The result is a generation of Norwegians who have lost the ability to acquire a foreign language in the most
Michel Tavir
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Aug 9

International Conference on the Origins of Protolanguages

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The odd way that Yahoo distorted formatting in Michael's post makes it is difficult to see that there is a link to the full paper on bonobo "babbling" there.
yukifarmer
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Aug 6

New Book by Asko Parpola: The Roots of Hinduism: The Early Aryans a

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... "On 'the language' of the Indus peoples: I personally have never understood how or why the idea *ever* took root in the 20s and 30s that the giant
eastwestcultural
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Aug 3

Domestication of Amazonia before the Europeans

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Hello Steve, I did get it, but only now. Not really Yahoo's fault, as the net here went dead right after I'd sent my message. Which is also why I couldn't do
Michel Tavir
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Aug 1

New articles in the Malhotra plagiarism scandal

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Dear fellow pirates and plagiarists, intelligence officers and ghostwriters Richard Young might consider to put up a "MalhotraPlag" wiki, as there is a good
rodo pfister
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Jul 18

More on Rajiv Malhotra's plagiarism

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... Dan Richard Young, from Princeton Theological Seminary, who first pointed out in detail Malhotra's plagiarism, has tried to send to the List a similar
Steve Farmer
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Jul 14

Genetic paper on Munda tribes, India

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Hi Lars Martin, You write: "The situation where a small group of people have considerable linguistic influence is not unknown: the Aryan influx in Northern
Steve Farmer
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Jul 5

Supposed 49,000 year old ochre plus milk mixture

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Add to this, the fact that 19th- early 20th c. rural Americans painted furniture with what they call, and antiquers also call, milk paint. The old stuff
jo
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Jul 1
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