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Response to Reply #96
100. Tim White is a big part of
What makes the Berkeley paleoanthroplolgy department one of the best in the world.

Brilliant guy.
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  -Fossils may turn 'evolution on its head' liberal N proud  Oct-01-09 09:47 AM   #0 
  - It's a fake. Some atheist planted this there.  closeupready   Oct-01-09 09:50 AM   #1 
  - Blasphemous SPLITTER!!!! The earth is 6000 years old!!!  Hassin Bin Sober   Oct-01-09 10:02 AM   #14 
     - Nope, you're wrong.  Q3JR4   Oct-01-09 11:36 AM   #71 
     - i am not going into site, but like to get facts correct for argument. are you  seabeyond   Oct-01-09 11:39 AM   #72 
     - Nothing to do with the creationists,  Q3JR4   Oct-01-09 12:33 PM   #79 
     - The Earth is only as old as I am. Nothing existed prior!  RedCloud   Oct-01-09 01:06 PM   #95 
        - I've been toying with the idea of becoming  Q3JR4   Oct-01-09 04:03 PM   #111 
     - You're right. Here's the proof  Renew Deal   Oct-01-09 12:42 PM   #86 
  - Thanks for posting  Echo In Light   Oct-01-09 09:50 AM   #2 
  - Ardipithecus ramidus  xchrom   Oct-01-09 09:51 AM   #3 
  - The "earth shaking" part is that it moves the common ancestor back  csziggy   Oct-01-09 09:58 AM   #8 
     - that is so cool. closer to 2-2.5 million years ago , so makes it 4-5 mil  seabeyond   Oct-01-09 10:03 AM   #15 
     - yeah i've gotten used to them moving the time line around.  xchrom   Oct-01-09 10:03 AM   #16 
        - Yes, we've lived through an amazing period of scientific discovery  csziggy   Oct-01-09 10:53 AM   #56 
  - I've never felt that man was ever a primate  madokie   Oct-01-09 09:52 AM   #4 
  - when we share 99% of our DNA with chimps?  tabatha   Oct-01-09 09:55 AM   #5 
  - you share alot of your dna with intestinal worms as well  stray cat   Oct-01-09 09:57 AM   #6 
     - Yep, we are all connected in some way.  tabatha   Oct-01-09 09:58 AM   #9 
     - My brother in law might.....But I sure don't.  cliffordu   Oct-01-09 10:37 AM   #43 
     - lol lol lol. i say the same when people validate the ugliness in world with we are all animals  seabeyond   Oct-01-09 10:41 AM   #45 
     - The real difference between us and the animals is that we're not  Joe Chi Minh   Oct-01-09 05:06 PM   #119 
        - right. that is about it. except, both boys when young were. i guess the are my little pets.... nt  seabeyond   Oct-01-09 05:08 PM   #121 
     - Food for thought  Statistical   Oct-01-09 11:32 AM   #67 
     - Kind of explains republicans, you know?nt  Javaman   Oct-01-09 10:42 AM   #48 
     - i thought that the lizard. no, knuckle dragger, nah... to many of our guys into that. hm....  seabeyond   Oct-01-09 10:43 AM   #49 
     - And fruit flies....  Joe Chi Minh   Oct-01-09 05:05 PM   #118 
  - Then how did we become the primates that homo sapiens are today?  sinkingfeeling   Oct-01-09 10:00 AM   #12 
  - Why can't we have always been human/  madokie   Oct-01-09 11:32 AM   #66 
     - uh, because of this bloke named Darwin, our common  endarkenment   Oct-01-09 12:38 PM   #82 
     - Always is a very long time  comrade snarky   Oct-01-09 12:48 PM   #88 
     - Because the idea makes no sense unless you believe in the literal truth of the Bible  anigbrowl   Oct-01-09 01:25 PM   #102 
     - Homo sapiens (humans) belongs to the Family Hominidae as the genus Homo. The Hominidae  sinkingfeeling   Oct-01-09 02:16 PM   #109 
     - Because the fossil record and our DNA both say otherwise.  LeftyMom   Oct-01-09 04:39 PM   #112 
  - So did we start coming out of the oceans along with amphibians  snooper2   Oct-01-09 10:08 AM   #26 
  - I would suggest humans may have evolved from snakes  havocmom   Oct-01-09 10:52 AM   #55 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Oct-01-09 12:03 PM   #77 
  - That is strange - especially when we share a lot of behavior with chimps  AngryAmish   Oct-01-09 12:35 PM   #80 
  - Then please, explain human chromosome #2  sakabatou   Oct-01-09 01:02 PM   #90 
  - How about a hybrid?  notadmblnd   Oct-01-09 02:05 PM   #106 
  - Me neither. We're a very specialized subspecies of aardvark.  jmondine   Oct-01-09 05:02 PM   #117 
  - This is not about turning evolution on its head  tabatha   Oct-01-09 09:58 AM   #7 
  - +1...nt  SidDithers   Oct-01-09 10:05 AM   #20 
  - The fact that so many editors choose 'sexy' over 'factual'...  redqueen   Oct-01-09 10:09 AM   #27 
  - Definitely a dumb headline. nt  eppur_se_muova   Oct-01-09 10:18 AM   #30 
  - +10 n/t  Orsino   Oct-01-09 10:46 AM   #51 
  - +10  GreenPartyVoter   Oct-01-09 11:18 AM   #61 
  - + infinity  GaYellowDawg   Oct-01-09 11:26 AM   #63 
  - infinity + 1  sakabatou   Oct-01-09 01:03 PM   #91 
  - It's an utterly moronic headline designed to attract neanderthals (freepers)  HughMoran   Oct-01-09 02:04 PM   #105 
  - ya... but the upside, once they start reading, will knock em on ass. nt  seabeyond   Oct-01-09 02:10 PM   #108 
  - Science journalists should have a degree in science  sudopod   Oct-01-09 06:50 PM   #129 
  - Let's see if this works  blogslut   Oct-01-09 09:59 AM   #10 
  - Very "Planet of the Apes"-esque...  MilesColtrane   Oct-01-09 10:31 AM   #35 
  - That is a fantastically complete specimen!  comrade snarky   Oct-01-09 12:57 PM   #89 
  - Interesting.  enlightenment   Oct-01-09 09:59 AM   #11 
  - There is also the possibility that it was a parallel  tabatha   Oct-01-09 10:04 AM   #17 
  - so true. nt  seabeyond   Oct-01-09 10:08 AM   #24 
  - That seems a very real possibility  theHandpuppet   Oct-01-09 10:51 AM   #54 
     - Likely because the media dumbs everything down.  Statistical   Oct-01-09 11:34 AM   #70 
  - competition among males for females in heat .... was absent. bah hahahahha. i am truly  seabeyond   Oct-01-09 10:07 AM   #23 
  - I agree heartily, seabeyond. That sounds like a theory promulgated by a "nerdy dweeb" who  bertman   Oct-01-09 10:18 AM   #29 
  - Look at how many of the clues are absent in humans?  Gman2   Oct-01-09 10:20 AM   #32 
  - now, now. Have you ever noticed an amazingly sweet breath...  RedCloud   Oct-01-09 01:13 PM   #98 
  - I find it ironic that it's OWEN LOVEJOY saying it!  Odin2005   Oct-01-09 05:08 PM   #120 
  - Not true. Dimorphism has many implications. Or lack thereof.  Gman2   Oct-01-09 10:19 AM   #31 
  - Agreed.  MilesColtrane   Oct-01-09 10:35 AM   #41 
  - hmmmmm. ohs noes.... how are we gonna figure out who we are now. nt  seabeyond   Oct-01-09 10:36 AM   #42 
  - well the females liked playing dress up and playing with dolls  AngryAmish   Oct-01-09 04:42 PM   #114 
  - Maybe Republicans should take a lesson from their ancestors  DeschutesRiver   Oct-01-09 09:41 PM   #130 
  - ruh - roh. lol. interesting. nt  seabeyond   Oct-01-09 10:01 AM   #13 
  - Why "ruh-roh"?  Hassin Bin Sober   Oct-01-09 10:04 AM   #19 
     - just cause. different reasons. interesting stuff. nt  seabeyond   Oct-01-09 10:08 AM   #25 
        - Ok. I was worried you were some creationist who was going to jump up and down...  Hassin Bin Sober   Oct-01-09 10:26 AM   #33 
           - i dont buy into todays religious cult like macho evo psycho babble  seabeyond   Oct-01-09 10:31 AM   #34 
              - Wha?  Hassin Bin Sober   Oct-01-09 10:33 AM   #36 
                 - if you dont know, you are better for it. nt  seabeyond   Oct-01-09 10:34 AM   #40 
                 - You and me both...nt  SidDithers   Oct-01-09 10:37 AM   #44 
                 - I know. Speaking in tongues?  Hassin Bin Sober   Oct-01-09 10:41 AM   #46 
                 - My first thought was...  Javaman   Oct-01-09 10:48 AM   #53 
                 - not all posts are put out for all people, at all times. dont get it? dont have to. nt  seabeyond   Oct-01-09 10:41 AM   #47 
                    - Um, okay then  Javaman   Oct-01-09 10:45 AM   #50 
                 - .  SammyWinstonJack   Oct-01-09 10:59 AM   #59 
                 - Poster's an anti-vaccer.  HiFructosePronSyrup   Oct-01-09 12:04 PM   #78 
                    - i am. golly gee. didnt know. so the over 30 vacs i have given my two kids  seabeyond   Oct-01-09 12:37 PM   #81 
                       - Deleted sub-thread  Name removed   Oct-01-09 12:40 PM   #85 
                       - Don't worry...this person hurls accusations for sport...  CoffeeCat   Oct-01-09 11:10 PM   #131 
                          - for years  seabeyond   Oct-02-09 07:08 AM   #141 
  - Bipedalism may have  frogmarch   Oct-01-09 10:04 AM   #18 
  - Exactly.  tabatha   Oct-01-09 10:06 AM   #21 
  - Very good point.  redqueen   Oct-01-09 10:10 AM   #28 
  - Humans and their ancestors have a very deep genetic toolkit, sort of like dogs.  hunter   Oct-01-09 10:33 AM   #38 
  - So far all bipedal apes  comrade snarky   Oct-01-09 01:08 PM   #97 
  - Bipedalism may have appeared  frogmarch   Oct-01-09 10:07 AM   #22 
  - Glenn Beck is a prime example.  alfredo   Oct-01-09 11:34 AM   #69 
  - We are mollusks!!!  LeftHander   Oct-01-09 10:33 AM   #37 
  - The headline is complete garbage, but the story is fascinating  scheming daemons   Oct-01-09 10:34 AM   #39 
  - K&R  Solly Mack   Oct-01-09 10:48 AM   #52 
  - Misleading headline, but great story  derby378   Oct-01-09 10:55 AM   #57 
  - Uh oh. Kirk Cameron will have to now denounce this. Can't have pesky science rain on his parade.  felinetta   Oct-01-09 10:56 AM   #58 
  - The real question: Did a banana fit easily into their hands?????  Krakowiak   Oct-01-09 11:32 AM   #65 
  - lol. hm. cute. nt  seabeyond   Oct-01-09 11:33 AM   #68 
  - Don't you see? Last week, "Darwinists" DIDN'T HAVE ALL THE FACTS.  Warren DeMontague   Oct-01-09 04:48 PM   #115 
  - Early hominids may have used these guys for food. We may never know.  thereismore   Oct-01-09 11:01 AM   #60 
  - And unlike 'creationism', science will adapt and adopt this new finding.  Zoeisright   Oct-01-09 11:26 AM   #62 
  - bet there will be a group that has a tough time adapting and adopting. tough when you put all eggs  seabeyond   Oct-01-09 11:28 AM   #64 
  - "Creationism" is a grotesque misnomer. God doesn't need the endorsement  Joe Chi Minh   Oct-01-09 06:35 PM   #127 
     - Amino acids found in comet  Confusious   Oct-02-09 04:32 AM   #137 
        - Yes, I read a headline about it a short while ago. But this is the key  Joe Chi Minh   Oct-02-09 06:37 AM   #140 
  - Isn't real science great?  Q3JR4   Oct-01-09 11:41 AM   #73 
  - That is why science does not rest on its laurels  tabatha   Oct-01-09 11:57 AM   #76 
  - Question: How does this jibe with molecular biology, genetic drift, etc.?  Kurt_and_Hunter   Oct-01-09 11:43 AM   #74 
  - I don't know if they have been able to get DNA samples  tabatha   Oct-01-09 11:56 AM   #75 
  - The fundie nut cases are already saying it is false.  RebelOne   Oct-01-09 12:38 PM   #83 
  - lol lol. nt  seabeyond   Oct-01-09 12:39 PM   #84 
  - Not only are they calling it false in freeperville, but they are making racist comments  Mrs. Overall   Oct-01-09 12:45 PM   #87 
  - Well of course the fundies would  sakabatou   Oct-01-09 01:05 PM   #93 
  - Ugh. Bad headline.  Hello_Kitty   Oct-01-09 01:04 PM   #92 
  - even though she is pithecus, I find her quite attractive!  RedCloud   Oct-01-09 01:05 PM   #94 
  - I know Tim White  lunatica   Oct-01-09 01:07 PM   #96 
  - Tim White is a big part of  comrade snarky   Oct-01-09 01:18 PM   #100 
     - I have read about him.  tabatha   Oct-01-09 03:54 PM   #110 
  - It would make more sense that upright walking evolved in woodlands.  Cleita   Oct-01-09 01:15 PM   #99 
  - .  seabeyond   Oct-01-09 01:24 PM   #101 
  - That's one of the big questions in hominid evolution  comrade snarky   Oct-01-09 01:36 PM   #103 
  - Not turning evolution on its head so much as bolstering the (scientific!) theory.  Vickers   Oct-01-09 01:57 PM   #104 
  - No kidding!  comrade snarky   Oct-01-09 05:17 PM   #122 
  - Yep. Idiotic reporting of science. As usual.  BlooInBloo   Oct-02-09 04:23 AM   #135 
  - Outstanding.  H2O Man   Oct-01-09 02:09 PM   #107 
  - Well, that settles it. Science is wrong, the Bible is right.  Warren DeMontague   Oct-01-09 04:42 PM   #113 
  - Ah God truly is testing us.....  Joe the Liberal   Oct-01-09 04:49 PM   #116 
  - Sweet! The lack of sexual dimorphism is interesting.  Odin2005   Oct-01-09 05:18 PM   #123 
  - So the science we may have been teaching our kids might not be right?  The Straight Story   Oct-01-09 05:25 PM   #124 
  - middle of thread. and look what we become if we dare ask/think/speculate.....  seabeyond   Oct-01-09 05:32 PM   #125 
  - Fine, you come up with a theory that better explains  comrade snarky   Oct-01-09 06:26 PM   #126 
  - There are so few well-preserved hominid fossils from that era...  InvisibleTouch   Oct-01-09 06:41 PM   #128 
  - personally, i always liked the woodlands better than the grasslands  glinda   Oct-02-09 01:05 AM   #132 
  - Sigh. I hate new hominid finds  Chulanowa   Oct-02-09 04:02 AM   #133 
  - Because  Confusious   Oct-02-09 04:43 AM   #139 
  - If people really believe in science then they will accept that knowledge is always on the move  TheKentuckian   Oct-02-09 04:21 AM   #134 
  - evolution is such a strong theory. all it takes is the next fossil to "turn it on its head."  1   Oct-02-09 04:28 AM   #136 
  - I am amused at how many times  Lagomorph   Oct-02-09 04:43 AM   #138 
 

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