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cajun
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Did anyone see the recent news article from the Salt lake city Tribune?

The author is Brian Maffly and he discusses the findings of the University of Utah's geoscientists. They say the early Hominids of the east African Savannah ate more like a cow than a nutcracker.

I was able to read only a small bit of this in my local paper as my German Shepherd yanked it out of one of my Black Labrador's mouths and took a bite!  

All I could really read was about questioning the evolution, physiology, and diets of the Hominids and how they might have been in competition for food as the large herbivores (ancestors of hippos and horses) went from leaves to grasses.


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But when are we human ??? imo Man became human  when we started eating animal food and omega 3 = bigger brains


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i looked it up

http://www.kjrh.com/dpp/news/Copy_of_Early-human-ate-more-like-a-cow-than-a-nutcracker_11837343

it basically says the early people studied ate a lot of grass-like plants and probably not really hard things.  Early humans ate a lot of plants...i eat a lot of plants...all is well


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But LOTS have happend since them  
after all boisei inhabited East Africa from 2.3 to 1.2 million years ago... not a REAL human yet


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When did aliens have sex with monkeys in that time line?  
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When did aliens have sex with monkeys in that time line?  


probably right after the dinosaurs ate all the primordial soup


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Brinyskysail,
Thanks,  I found it. Interessting to me.


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Quoted from cajun

I was able to read only a small bit of this in my local paper as my German Shepherd yanked it out of one of my Black Labrador's mouths and took a bite!  



Nice, gave me a chuckle.



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AKArtlover,
You would laugh all day at my house! My sons tells me I have "doggy pre-school"..you know...3 year olds but with tails. I am a retired elementary braille instructor and they say I speak to my dogs in my "teacher voice"..
My neighbor across the street gets a kick out of watching "the pied piper and her brood" as my group of 6 are literally at my heels and follow me ( weeding, gardening, watering) across the property all day long!


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