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Scientific American on the “Neanderthal mystique”

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It’s an intriguing area of research, not least because in addition to illuminating the Neandertal mind, such investigations can help reveal what factors allowed anatomically modern humans—our kind—to succeed where other members of the human family failed.

Failed?

Failed to do what, exactly?

AKA: Why Darwinism is headed off a rock cut.

One Reply to “Scientific American on the “Neanderthal mystique”

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    awstar says:

    It’s an intriguing area of research, not least because in addition to illuminating the Neandertal mind, such investigations can help reveal what factors allowed anatomically modern humans—our kind—to succeed where other members of the human family failed.

    That unsuccesful member of the human family wouldn’t be a “straw man” would he?

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