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Hello, Homo Denisova!

Keith Hudson

In today’s Daily Telegraph, Boris Johnson — frequently talked about as the next Prime Minister of England when David Cameron decides to retire sometime in the next five years, as he’s already promised — although my money is on Sajid Javit . 699 palabras más

The two new breeds of modern man

Keith Hudson

Is reading going out of fashion?  Or writing for that matter?  It’s beginning to look like it.  There are all sorts of symptoms, such as the fact that newspaper circulations have been shrinking in the advanced countries for many years and continues to do so,  And so on.  1.053 palabras más

The World As We Know It: The Races of Syr Nebra

I’ve been rather short on writing substantive posts on my fantasy series Ascendant Realms. But, since I just released book two, Winterfinding, I thought now would be a good time to expand details of the world. 1.297 palabras más

Culture

We Are Not Our Programming

I have heard a lot about “human nature.” How we are programmed from our ancestors to be creatures of instinct. How humans are not meant to be monogamous because our primitive instincts prioritize the survival of our species by sexing as many people as we can sex. 516 palabras más

Humor

Neanderthals Wore Jewelry?

Neanderthals Wore Eagle Talons As Jewelry 130,000 Years Ago

http://www.livescience.com/50114-neanderthals-wore-eagle-talon-jewelry.html?cmpid= 559237

Long before they shared the landscape with modern humans, Neanderthals in Europe developed a sharp sense of style, wearing eagle claws as jewelry, new evidence suggests. 565 palabras más

History

Researchers now think Neanderthals disappeared from Iberian Peninsula prior to the rest of Europe

Phys.org: Until a few months ago different scientific articles, including those published in ‘Nature’, dated the disappearance of the Neanderthals (Homo neanderthalensis) from Europe at around 40,000 years ago. 41 palabras más

Science

A Conversation with Marilyn Johnson, author of “Lives in Ruins: Archaeologists and the Seductive Lure of Human Rubble”, January 8, 2015

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

One graduate student told me, “When the Apocalypse comes, you want to know an archaeologist, because we know how to make fire, catch food, and create hill forts,” and I promptly added her to my address book.

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