paleoanthropological love



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  • adj. Alternative spelling of palaeoanthropological.

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  • adj. of or concerned with the scientific study of human fossils


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  • His popularity with the current Pope notwithstanding, Teilhard strained the patience of his Jesuit superiors not because of his expert paleoanthropological work he was part of the team that discovered "Peking" man but because he turned that work into an elaborate, unorthodox, evolutionary-based theology.

    Matt J. Rossano: The Galileo Affair: Emblematic Or Exceptional?

  • His primary point is that the European wildman does not appear to be a direct folkloric influence on non-European cryptids, but rather the folkloric descriptions are far more influenced by paleoanthropological discoveries and the like.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • You mentioned your daughter Louise is following in your paleoanthropological footsteps ...

    Zinj and the Leakeys

  • In honor of the 50th anniversary of this discovery, ARCHAEOLOGY Senior Editor Zach Zorich interviewed Mary and Louis's son Richard Leakey who still conducts paleoanthropological research in Kenya along with his wife Meave and daughter Louise.

    Zinj and the Leakeys

  • One of the best I have seen is "Becoming Human: Unearthing Our Earliest Ancestors," a three-part series that will air Tuesday nights 8pm eastern time on PBS beginning November 3rd, which neatly contextualizes about a decade's worth of paleoanthropological and archaeological discoveries spanning the past 7 million years.

    Meet the Ancestors

  • Just looked at from a paleoanthropological point of view, as we came closer to being human, we ate more meat.

    Idealism, Pragmatism and the Relative Value of Animal Life. | Mind on Fire

  • A must-read for anyone wanting to know more about one of the hottest paleoanthropological discoveries ever.

    The Hobbit on Darwin Day - The Panda's Thumb

  • The evolutionary insights our medical students gained from paleoanthropological/human evolution perspectives were key to their educations.

    Hey Dr. Egnor: At Least Galen Dissected Animals, Not Straw Men - The Panda's Thumb

  • As I would have expected, Afarensis comes up with the details into Sal Cordova's paleoanthropological buffoonery regarding Tim Bromage's reconstruction of Richard Leakey's 1470 skull.

    Of Homind Facial Reconstructions, Transitional Fossils, and Lazy Creationists

  • The theory of "Undead Evolutionary Influence" has many supporters in the paleoanthropological community.

    Archaeology of the Undead


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