The Biggest Misapprehension About Human Origins
Archaeologist Ticia Verveer recently posted a thread on Twitter showing that customer complaints go way back. And I mean way back. Verveer referred to a letter inscribed on a 3,700-year-old Babylonian clay tablet. In the letter, Verveer writes, “The copper merchant Nanni details at length his anger at a sour deal, and his dissatisfaction with […]
The Neuroscience of Wine
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Ingenious: Ian Tattersall
The meaning of home in human evolution.
In Search of the First Human Home
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