Funny that the brain would be organized just as if it were the work of a skilled programmer or something …
Perhaps some are beginning to back away from Darwinism without speaking its name. Just quietly starting to adopt other views.
The researchers say that these complex food preparation skills show that these people groups were technologically innovative and did not just forage, eating shellfish and such.
Cold Spring Harbor: “The researchers discovered that the shape of trabeculae affects the performance of the heart, suggesting a potential link to heart disease. ” Is this true only of human hearts? What about ancient ones?
Some of the ash was from camphor wood, a medicinal herb. They must have known how to control fire if they had easy access to ash. Like the Neanderthals, they get smarter with each cycle of papers.
Maybe Darwinians should canvass at LinkedIn for a new subhuman.
One suggestion is that the misshapen tools were made by novices. We likely need more discoveries to tell.
Researcher: the bone hand ax “suggests that Homo erectus technology was more sophisticated and versatile than we had thought”
120 thousand years ago, people appear to have twisted flax stems (the plant from which linen is derived) to make string.
It sounded like such a great idea, right? Robert J. Marks: Well, actually, that’s very interesting because I think there’s a presupposition on Musk’s part that we are indeed algorithmic. That we can actually be represented by an algorithm, by a computer code… There’s good foundations and algorithmic information theory and computer science, which suggest Read More…
Treated as if it were a big surprise: For Martisius’ tiny lissoir fragments, the nondestructive plastic bag method seemed perfect. You get fewer molecules to analyze, says Frido Welker, who performed the ZooMS analysis for Martisius, but at least it provides the possibility of identifying a species without having to take a sample. “For bone Read More…
Shedinger: “ Darwinism… in more recent times has grown into a philosophical grand narrative designed to naturalize and normalize a fully materialist worldview.” Indeed. And that’s WHY there is so much controversy over teaching Darwinism in tax-supported schools with compulsory attendance.
If one is not an evolutionary psychologist, the answer is obvious.
It’s amazing what the Neanderthals have learned in the fifty years yer news writer has heard anything about them.
Here, in human mitochondrial DNA — note the BLUE code start and the RED code stop; all HT to Wiki publishing against known ideological interest: Complex interwoven code is of course doubly functionally specific, so it is exponentially harder to account for, other than by exceedingly sophisticated and creative intelligently directed configuration. Indeed, when I Read More…