Seen on PBS here in NJ -- according to recent genome analysis -- you have the largest percent of Neanderthal ancestry of any of extant human species. From 1% to 5%. Interesting in that the genes for "speech" are identical in homo sapiens and homo neanderthalensis.
maybe sometimes it just explodes ( the ancient GRUNT)
like 24 hours ago, when unsatisfied from the work of the saw, when
trying to extract a rca plastic out combo
Yes , it was part of the DVD in/out combo plugs so I used the tongs
to finish the job, you know ,together with the iron, to extract 3 soldered pins all together.
So finally I made a fault on the pcb for applying too much force and
in the wrong direction, and one channel isn't working.
Taking the magnification lenses did work ( only 200X )today and
I tought that I found the broken trace
But it wasn't
There's something wrong in my head
They showed some of the tool fragments which evidenced a high degree of skill in working with flint AND SY, you'll appreciate this, they synthesized (well, polymerized) an adhesive from birch bark used to reinforce the placement of the flint tool on a spear.
Just by reading my english periods
I feel so dumb!
From what I understand from the last post, they were having a funny adventure with
plastic like me!
Oh my half working Dvd !!
It should ameliorate as night passes ...
Poor neanderthals -- there weren't enough of them in the European or Asian populations to successfully mix into the homo sapiens culture so as they did inter-marry their numbers did decrease to the extent there were virtually none by 10,000 BC.
The show also demonstrated that one of the most important contribution of the neanderthal genomic tendencies was the ability to fight off disease. This was passed along to the sapiens.
I thought there would have been more in the Dordogne, like Les Eyzies de Tayac.