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|Subject: Human Origins Sat Feb 08, 2014 4:28 pm|| |
A group of us recently had a relatively cerebral discussion on Human Origins. There have been two recent documentaries on the subject, "Decoding Neanderthals" on PBS' NOVA
, and "Sex in the Stone Age" from National Geographic
. The NOVA
special is (IMHO) superior; and I use clips from it in a few of my classes. Some of the experts are in both documentaries. The problem is that there is no full-length version of the National Geographic documentary in English. There's a Russian-dubbed one on Youtube; and a few short clips on the National Geographic site.
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|Subject: Re: Human Origins Sat Feb 08, 2014 5:22 pm|| |
Fascinating stuff Nate, I have book marked it to watch it all at a later time. Great upload
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|Subject: Re: Human Origins Sun Feb 09, 2014 10:43 am|| |
- Glidah Drivah wrote:
- A group of us recently had a relatively cerebral discussion on Human Origins.
We're a bunch of middle aged men who collect dollies so we'll take that as a compliment!
All interesting stuff but don't dare try telling me Action Man has one drop of dodgy Mong man/Intruder DNA in him!!
..Although I might believe it of Mike Powers...compare the two...see the similarities?
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|Subject: Re: Human Origins Sun Feb 09, 2014 6:14 pm|| |
middle aged!!! speak for yourself Steve!! Nate and myself are babies compared to you!!
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