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> Show me what textbooks teach that our ancestors went into
> savanna to chase antelopes?
Why? Are you a child? You were never exposed to such an idea?
I'm calling you a liar. I'm denouncing you as a lying troll.
I'm not going to establish the well established. Narcissist obstruct.
You're a raging narcissist.
> > It's not a straw man. "Da bipedalism came in trees" is pretty new
> > and idiotic.
> It is Marcs favorite straw man.
No. It's idiocy that he argues against.
> > The good Doctor sees this as evidence for "Aquaboreal," I see it as
> > evidence for an animal existing in number of environments... the
> > forest where such traits are very useful, outside the forests where
> > bipedalism was most useful.
> > There's very strong evidence for this, btw. If you want to talk
> > "Popular," the idea that australopithecus occupied a wide range,
> > a number of environments is "Popular."
"Environments" is plural.... more than one environment.
> What? I do read scientific articles
I doubt that. And you can't read usenet posts for comprehension, there's
no point is pretending you read & understand scientific papers.
> So eggs, birds, meat, seeds and nuts contain no DHA?
No. None. They contain radioactive isotopes that destroy DHA.
If you want to make a case for your terrestrial DHA,. make it. STOP
asking me or anyone else to make it for you.
> > Coastal dispersal.
> Also nearby coast is useful, tidal forces can bring or help to trap lot
> of useful things. But living on coast is hard, forest near coast is
> lot better and safer.
So they were dead on the coast. "Coastal Dispersal," is in your mind
when dead ancestors walked everywhere from Sundaland to South
Africa, and every point in between... dead.
And certainly not eating!
I mean, how can dead ancestors eat?
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