"Undoubtedly!" said Gainer, as he swung the Clark Street bridge to let the CY Slocum pass through.

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Anthropology

Origins of the Family
http://www.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=dn7102
Dinosaur Footprints
Wild Horses (Natasha Bedingfield)
Caral Peru
Siriusly ~ Ancient Civilizations (Nazca)
Chauvet Cave - The cave paintings and rock art of Chauvet
Caving In 3
Biology as a science made its move from an Aris...
Genes mutate. Individuals are selected. Populations evolve. Why have my genes not been selected? And why does someone like Manson not chosen but Bush is?
ArchNet: Human Origins & Evolution
http://geology.rutgers.edu/pdf/Newsletter2004Spring.pdf
British Archaeology, no 50, December 1999: News
6th century sacrifices
USATODAY.com - Cave bears traded spaces with humans
http://www.sarissa.org/cuneiform.php
New Hominid Species Complicates Early Hominid Evolution
http://anthro.palomar.edu/homo2/
Early Monumental Architecture of the Peruvian C...
http://www.historyofthebutton.com/
The Talk.Origins Archive: The Age of the Earth ...
http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/j.0021-8782....
http://www.amazon.com/Dawn-Art-Chauvet-Cave-Jean-Marie/dp/081...
The History of Human-Animal Interaction - Ancient Cultures...
TIME.com - The Dawn of Man
Ken Nash: Unauthorized!
An Evolutionist Looks at Modern Man
Australopithecus garhi : A New Species of Early Hominid... PDF
Mysterious Antarctica may be the home of the ol...
ArchNet: Human Origins & Evolution
B.I.P.E.D. :: Articles :: D'Arc interviews Michael Cremo
When Lions Ruled France | Natural History | Find Articles...
Ollantaytambo: Living Inca City - Official Web Page
http://www.nytimes.com/2006/05/17/science/17cnd-evolve.html?e...
http://survive2012.com/cosmicdangerbooks.html
Caral Civilization Peru
Chimpanzee using a tool
World Mysteries - Mystic Places - Nazca Lines
Cairn - Indigenous Populations and Vulnerabilit...
http://www.americanscientist.org/template/BookReviewTypeDetai...
http://donsmaps.com/chauvetcave.html
Otzi The Iceman - Crystalinks
he shoes have since been reproduced by experts and found to constitute such excellent footwear that there are plans for commercial production
History of The Ancient City of Pompeii
The magnificent ancient city of Pompeii was left buried under about 20 feet of earth and ash. Pompeii was originally only 500 meters from the sea, but after the eruption the distance to the sea increased to two kilometers.
Humans and other bipeds: the evolution of biped...
http://education.guardian.co.uk/higher/sciences/story/0,12243...
Evolution: Humans: Origins of Humankind
J.B. White Toolmaking
http://www.modernhumanorigins.com/
http://www.nytimes.com/2006/05/18/science/18evolve.html?ei=50...
http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/A23623616
New Nazca Lines. Pre-Inca Civilization. Yamagata University,...
Nazca Lines and Culture - Crystalinks
Instutute of Human Origins
Paleoanthropology
History of Fire
A Short History of Flintknapping, Page 1
Becoming Ambidextrous
Morien Institute - The Human Scale - a tribute to the...
http://www.morien-institute.org/yonaguni.html
The Morien Institute has kept a close watch on developments since 1999, and has been just as excited about the many new batches of underwater photographs that have emerged of the Yonaguni structures (yes! there is more than one), as we have been dismayed by the many citings of the structure's existence as somehow representing 'the final proof' of the existence of Atlantis and/or Lemuria. We have consistently taken the simple view that, following the dramatic series of rises in sea-levels that marked the ending of the last Ice Age, it is 'inevitable' that more and more evidence of ancient civilisation will be discovered on the continental shelves and shallow seas, everywhere around the world.
Civilization in Americas 1000 Years Earlier
Geoarchaeological evidence from desert loess in...
Suns and Planets in Neolithic Rock Art
Suns and Planets in Neolithic Rock Art
Index of Indigenous Knowledge Resources on the ...
Voyages of the Pyramid Builders
pyramids are communication devices?
BBC News | Sci/Tech | 'Earliest writing' found
Explore Peru's oldest city - South America- msn...
Europe Rock Art & Cave Paintings in France
The Cave of Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc
Latest fossil find in Africa strengthens chain ...
Varied diet of early hominid casts doubt on extinction...
One line of Lucy's children ultimately led to modern humans while the other was an evolutionary dead end
BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Early hominid 'cared for elderly'
"The ageing individual - who lost his teeth some years before death, palaeoanthropologists estimate - would not have been able to chew the raw meat or fibrous plants which made up the creatures' normal diet. For most animals other than humans - and their now extinct cousins the Neanderthal - this would have been a death sentence." why could he not been able to mash his food?
Discovery of Middle Asia Cities Recasts Ancient...
oldest cities are NOT near rivers lakes or seas!!
Geological Observations On South America - Overview by...
http://www.cartage.org.lb/en/themes/Sciences/LifeScience/Phys...
The Archaeology Channel - Caral Interview
Cave of Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc
Peru's Nasca Lines Point To Water Sources, Suggest UMass...
Darwin Online: Darwin's Publications
http://www.berkeley.edu/news/media/releases/2003/06/11_idaltu...
II HOW TRIBAL MARKS CAME TO BE USED
http://www.ifi.unizh.ch/staff/zolli/CAP/comparingNeand.htm
Lessons from Lucy - Cosmic Log - msnbc.com

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