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How Did Modern Humans Arrive in East Asia?

*Disclaimer: This post is a reworking of a short paper for a class on early China for which I was assigned the multiregional position of the mutiregional vs. 571 kata lagi

Archaeology

Civilization Was Supposed to Make Our Lives Better, Right?

I’m writing this from the nineteenth floor of a hotel in downtown Chicago where I can’t get a solid wi-fi connection, let alone make the refrigerator cool my beer. 741 kata lagi

Nonfiction

Monogamy & Polyamory: A Question On How We Love

Our species has been primarily monogamous throughout what we know of our evolutionary lineage. The question is why? We know full well that both monogamy and non-monogamy exist within the Kingdom of Animalia, so was our species biologically monogamous and, through our higher order thinking, came to accept polyamory as an option? 916 kata lagi

Science

EARTH IS THE AIM 7 , Mu and the other worlds ; Newly published , Chapter 9 : Homo Erectus

EARTH IS THE AIM 7 , Mu and the other worlds

Newly published , Chapter 9 : Homo Erectus

 

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I just finished to wrote a new chapter of my book : 1.079 kata lagi

Non Classé

EARTH IS THE AIM 7 , Mu and the other worlds ; Newly published , Chapter 9 : Homo Erectus

EARTH IS THE AIM 7 , Mu and the other worlds

Newly published , Chapter 9 : Homo Erectus

 

Hello ,

I just finished to wrote a new chapter of my book : 1.079 kata lagi

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EARTH IS THE AIM 7 , Mu and the other worlds ; Chapter 9 : Homo Erectus

EARTH IS THE AIM 7 , Mu and the other worlds

Chapter 9: Homo Erectus

Discovery of Homo erectus fossils

In Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania, Homo erectus olduwaiensis, dated from -1.4 million  years ago… 1.370 kata lagi

Recent Exciting Developments in Human Evolutionary History: Naledi and Flores

Continuing with our series on recent exciting discoveries in human genetics/paleo anthropology:

  • Ancient hominins in the US?
  • Homo naledi
  • Homo flores
  • Humans evolved in Europe?
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Human Migration, Cultures, And Species Of Exit