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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 16




what a sloppy evolutionary story

Posted By: Dylan realtor
Date: Friday, 25 May 2001, at 8:02 p.m.

In Response To: How Modern Humans outsurvived Neanderthal (Bob G(O))

The article refers to the sampling of human remains they studied as "modern humans" without mentioning that these were "modern humans" in a particular place. By not referring to the area in which the bones were found the article gives one the impression that all of the world's "modern humans" in that age ate 90% of their diet as meat, especially when it states, "Vegetables and fruits played little role in the diets of Neandarthals and early modern humans." This shows quite a bit of presumption when the study could not possibly have accounted for entire span of humanity across earth at that time as they had only 14 samples. Perhaps if neandarthals only lived in europe, then you could make that blanket statement about neandarthals, but modern humans were apparently living on multiple continents according to what I've been told. I want to find out where all the plant-loving type-As were residing for those millenia. Excuse the jumbled diction, I'm in a 7 cycle.


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