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greyl Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Feb-12-09 01:12 AM
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51. Your idea of "human" is sadly narrow. Your loss. nt
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  -Neanderthal genome to be unveiled Adsos Letter  Feb-06-09 11:47 PM   #0 
  - interbreeding between Neanderthals and humans...  lapfog_1   Feb-06-09 11:56 PM   #1 
  - Why the shit-talking of Neanderthals?  Chulanowa   Feb-07-09 12:00 AM   #3 
  - But but but... these guys come to all my parties!  lapfog_1   Feb-07-09 12:30 AM   #5 
     - Getting eaten by Hyenas...so easy, even a caveman could do it...  Adsos Letter   Feb-07-09 12:32 AM   #6 
        - But having your hair preserved in Hyena poop fossils for hundreds of  lapfog_1   Feb-07-09 12:38 AM   #7 
           - !  Adsos Letter   Feb-07-09 12:42 AM   #9 
  - Neanderthals were human.  greyl   Feb-07-09 12:41 AM   #8 
     - No they weren't human. They were a separate species or sub species.  HamdenRice   Feb-07-09 06:09 AM   #14 
        - Homo = Human.  greyl   Feb-08-09 03:40 AM   #15 
        - Homo = genus for hominan. Sapien = human. Junior High School biology. I'll make it even simpler.  HamdenRice   Feb-08-09 06:34 AM   #17 
           - Homo is Latin for human.  greyl   Feb-08-09 02:17 PM   #24 
           - Actually, the entomology of the Latin word, "Homo" comes from the word "soil"  HamdenRice   Feb-08-09 04:07 PM   #25 
              - Entomology? Oh, brother. I think you mean "etymology".  greyl   Feb-09-09 12:30 AM   #28 
                 - If you're going to cite Wiki, maybe you should, like, read the article?  HamdenRice   Feb-09-09 05:29 AM   #30 
                    - I didn't cite a particular wiki article, but I did cite about 6 other sources.  greyl   Feb-10-09 01:07 AM   #47 
                       - uhhh...  HamdenRice   Feb-10-09 06:08 AM   #49 
                          - Right. "A particular" = "single".  greyl   Feb-12-09 01:10 AM   #50 
           - Our Neandertal brothers and sisters actually had a higher EQ than Modern humans.  Maru Kitteh   Feb-12-09 02:01 AM   #54 
        - Yes, they were human.  frogmarch   Feb-08-09 04:37 PM   #27 
        - Correct.  H2O Man   Feb-09-09 06:15 AM   #32 
        - Whether Neanderthals were human is arguable. Whether Homo erectus was isn't  HamdenRice   Feb-09-09 07:45 AM   #35 
           - There are no  H2O Man   Feb-09-09 08:20 AM   #37 
              - The homo genus has existed for, at the VERY least, 1.5 million years.  greyl   Feb-09-09 04:12 PM   #42 
                 - "handy man"  H2O Man   Feb-09-09 06:22 PM   #45 
                    - Handy man", homo habilus, has been around between app. 1.5 - 2.5 million years.  greyl   Feb-10-09 12:22 AM   #46 
                       - "only the most stubborn and confused would continue to argue the point."  HamdenRice   Feb-10-09 06:00 AM   #48 
                          - Your idea of "human" is sadly narrow. Your loss. nt  greyl   Feb-12-09 01:12 AM   #51 
                             - These are ususally the same kind of persons who feel free to justify animal abuse.  Maru Kitteh   Feb-12-09 02:10 AM   #55 
                             - What makes you think that "different" means "superior"?  HamdenRice   Feb-12-09 12:55 PM   #57 
                             - Your idea of factual is sadly narrow. Your loss.  HamdenRice   Feb-12-09 12:47 PM   #56 
                                - I don't think you're being sincere.  greyl   Feb-14-09 12:07 AM   #58 
        - "as were other early forms in the genus Homo, including ... Homo habilis. "  HamdenRice   Feb-09-09 08:14 AM   #36 
        - "Human" can refer to BOTH our particular speces and to the whole genus.  Odin2005   Feb-09-09 08:26 AM   #38 
           - Iow, it does apply to all members of the genus.  greyl   Feb-09-09 04:34 PM   #43 
  - Wow there's a 38,000-year-old Freeper  Stevenmarc   Feb-06-09 11:58 PM   #2 
  - hee hee n/t  Liberal_in_LA   Feb-08-09 09:09 AM   #20 
  - I thought there couldn't be freepers older than 10,000 years11 hugh1  Amonester   Feb-08-09 09:14 AM   #23 
  - So cool.  aquart   Feb-07-09 12:17 AM   #4 
  - I figured they started their research using joe 'the tax evading' plumber and then worked back  rpannier   Feb-07-09 01:48 AM   #10 
  - That would be easy  izquierdista   Feb-07-09 02:34 AM   #11 
  - This was one of the hottest, most interesting debates the last time  EFerrari   Feb-07-09 02:44 AM   #12 
  - So have we always looked like this?  RiverStone   Feb-09-09 04:45 PM   #44 
     - Here's an comparative illustration but I don't know how up to date:  EFerrari   Feb-12-09 01:21 AM   #52 
  - Fascinating!  sfpcjock   Feb-07-09 03:27 AM   #13 
  - While I find the work terribly fascinating  Zodiak   Feb-08-09 04:04 AM   #16 
  - Just a handful of cases of interbreeding could have introduces useful trats into modern population.  Odin2005   Feb-09-09 08:35 AM   #41 
  - quick .... get a comparison sample from the bush family  TWiley   Feb-08-09 08:03 AM   #18 
  - There is a school of thought placing Basques as the descendants of Neanderthals  IDemo   Feb-08-09 09:06 AM   #19 
  - My money is on the Basques are aliens theory  shadowknows69   Feb-08-09 09:11 AM   #22 
  - There are related theories  H2O Man   Feb-09-09 06:23 AM   #33 
  - And what a convenient location: Crawford, Texas!  jazzjunkysue   Feb-08-09 09:10 AM   #21 
  - What, somebody get a blood sample from Lindsay Graham????  cliffordu   Feb-08-09 04:12 PM   #26 
  - I wonder if some Bushie with a club will leap out and smash the petrie dishes to smithereens  tom_paine   Feb-09-09 12:38 AM   #29 
  - Exerpted from Xenon's Intergallactic Guide to Everything  jazzjunkysue   Feb-09-09 08:27 AM   #39 
  - Later this week,  H2O Man   Feb-09-09 06:13 AM   #31 
  - This is all rubbish  malaise   Feb-09-09 06:45 AM   #34 
  - I saw it in a museum. So it has to be true.  jazzjunkysue   Feb-09-09 08:28 AM   #40 
  - Ja! Into the valley Neander we go ~  bridgit   Feb-12-09 01:35 AM   #53 
 

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