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Prehistoric Boinking - A Love Story
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Prehistoric Boinking - A Love Story
Big Grin 

http://www.rawstory.com/2017/01/paying-a...nderthals/

Quote:Paying a heavy price for loving the Neanderthals

I'm telling you.  Guys have always been the same.

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RE: Prehistoric Boinking - A Love Story
"Increased case of mood disorder?".


(Fuck, not only did my ancestors boink the Neanderthals, but I think I may have married one too!)
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~ Atheism seems so incredibly counter intuitive, that to even begin to take it seriously, one has to suspend all logic."
Godscreated Wrote:
~ Magic is an illusion, what God does isn't an illusion it is real and unexplainable. If you mean I would call it a miracle, you're right."


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Quote:Neanderthal DNA is associated with an increased risk of developing skin corns and callosities, mood disorders and depression, overweight and obesity, upper respiratory and urinary tract infections, incontinence, hardening of the arteries and even smoking.

Jaysus, no wonder they died off.

Boru
'There are people who long for immortality in the afterlife who don't know what to do with themselves on a rainy Sunday afternoon.' - Isaac Asimov
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How about genes for homoism ?

[snicker]
In the 1960s, American parents began looking to mental health professionals for child-rearing advice.  Since then, an exponential per-capita increase in child mental health professionals has matched a dramatic deterioration in child mental health.  No new therapy or drug has stopped this downward trend.


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I kind of wish we lived in a time where there was more than one human species. Not because I'm into that kind of thing. Big Grin I just think it would be interesting.
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I've encountered a few pretty close to the furthest edge of the bell shaped curve . . . .
In the 1960s, American parents began looking to mental health professionals for child-rearing advice.  Since then, an exponential per-capita increase in child mental health professionals has matched a dramatic deterioration in child mental health.  No new therapy or drug has stopped this downward trend.


John Rosemond



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I've seen suggestions that the Denisovans got pretty kinky in those long Siberian nights in the cave.

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(10th January 2017, 10:36)Shell B Wrote: I kind of wish we lived in a time where there was more than one human species. Not because I'm into that kind of thing. Big Grin I just think it would be interesting.

There ARE two human species - Homo normalis and Homo litebeerdrinking.

Boru
'There are people who long for immortality in the afterlife who don't know what to do with themselves on a rainy Sunday afternoon.' - Isaac Asimov
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What about Homo Mayo Habitus?
(13th January 2018, 23:37)vulcanlogician Wrote: We wouldn't have made it out of the dark ages unless people questioned conventional ways of thinking. Philosophy serves a purpose. Someone ignorant of agriculture might deduce that "bread comes from the supermarket" in the same way another person might deduce that our notions of justice and ethics come from "common sense."
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(10th January 2017, 10:36)Shell B Wrote: I kind of wish we lived in a time where there was more than one human species. Not because I'm into that kind of thing. Big Grin I just think it would be interesting.

You're brave! We can't even get along with our own species without killing each other daily!
Maybe we'll give them a bit of Nebraska and call it a day! Big Grin
Quote:AtlasS33 wrote:
"When it comes to the deiety I worship, he sent a book, it contained a message. I took that message, tested it, then I realized he is God : it didn't break against reality."
Pulse Wrote:
~ Atheism seems so incredibly counter intuitive, that to even begin to take it seriously, one has to suspend all logic."
Godscreated Wrote:
~ Magic is an illusion, what God does isn't an illusion it is real and unexplainable. If you mean I would call it a miracle, you're right."


Religion: making the uncomfortable comfortable for thousands of years.
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