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Eads them to theories about modern human origins that continually challenge conventional wisdom and cherished beliefs about Eve Neanderthals hobbits and the Bering Straits among others Two leading Bone Readers and a science. It s uite a while since I bought this book so when i eventually got around to reading it I was not sure what it was really about In fact it is largely

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The Bone Readers are a dedicated group of scholars who study the earliest human remains their chemistry and DNA their extinct floral and faunal contemporaries and the geologic layers in which they were found Their research l. Generally a good book on paleoanthropology Unusual though Exactly what the title says how the Bone Readers researchers working with hominid skulls are

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Writer have penned a literate authoritative summary of the current uestions and the minefield of academic politics that surround it Ideal for students in human origins or biological anthropology courses and a delightful read. Or shorter these isn t much science there mostly politics done by government bureaucrats


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  1. says:

    Generally a good book on paleoanthropology Unusual though Exactly what the title says how the Bone Readers researchers working with hominid skulls are influenced by politics in science Multiregionists vs africanists not only Australian While interesting I would prefer a gentle popularized version of it providing arranged facts and

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    It's uite a while since I bought this book so when i eventually got around to reading it I was not sure what it was really about In fact it is largely about the dating and interpretation of old human remains And what I found fascinating was that the results and interpretations take on very powerful political messages There is a strong emphasis on the situation in Australia where some old aboriginal remains were found at

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    Or shorter these isn't much science there mostly politics done by government bureaucrats

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    Background I am not a archaeologist palaeontologist anthropologist nor any of the many flavors of scientists who populate the pages

  5. says:

    A nice short primer on Australian archaeology with a nice comparison between US and Australian incidents of megaf

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    Interesting very frustrating though Glad I don't work in archaeology Even though the topic fascinates me the politics woul