Category Archives: Anthropology

5 Interesting Links for 06-30-2017

Note: Videos may auto start with sound so be prepared. Ravens (Birds) A lovely set of photographs documenting white ravens along with some notes about their place in mythology. http://www.reshareworthy.com/white-ravens/ Clothing (Society) Parents taking things into their own hands to … Continue reading

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5 Interesting Links for 06-16-2017

Origins (Archaeology) The discovery and dating of Homo sapiens fossils in Morocco implies a very different origin story for modern humans than the current theories. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/07/science/human-fossils-morocco.html Sociology (Finances) A look at how the common savings advice focuses on something irrelevant … Continue reading

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5 Interesting Links for 06-09-2017

Discovery (Archaeology) The discovery of remains from a coastal village in British Colombia offers new information about when the first human migration occurred and substantiates the Heiltsuk Nation’s oral traditions. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/14000-village-discovered-triquet-island-british-columbia-canada-oldest-settlment-north-america-a7673726.html Lighting (Environment) The AMA is issuing guidelines for LED … Continue reading

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5 Interesting Links for 05-19-2017

Note: Videos may auto start with sound so be prepared. Babies (Animals) Pictures of 39 (when I looked) babies of unusual animals reminds us of the diversity of life on our planet. Besides, they’re adorable. Several remind me of a … Continue reading

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5 Interesting Links for 05-05-2017

Origins (Anthropology) A second look at the Homo floresiensis found in Indonesia may rewrite what has been accepted as the timing for human migration out of Africa. http://www.livescience.com/58855-hobbits-led-early-migration-out-of-africa.html Digital (Art) I’m not a great fan of the result, but this … Continue reading

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