Lone Survivors: How We Came to Be the Only Humans on Earth
Publish date: July 30th 2013
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
, Popular Science
This book jumps around a lot and doesn't really have follow a coherent path. Paragraphs don't follow on from one paragraph to another, never mind chapters. The book is also rather limited in that it discusses modern people and neanderthals in rather vague terms. The book wasn't overly technical bu...
My mind finds it so hard to deal with the colossal timescales involved in palaeontology – even more so in the case of books like this, where the story being pieced together on this Brobdingnagian canvas is so crucial and so awe-inspiring. You're considering vast, Cthulhu-like stretches of time in wh...
Erg interessant.Stringer verhaald de huidige stand van zaken wat betreft onze oorsprong. Hebben moderne mensen en neanderthalers elkaar ooit ontmoet? Stroomt er neanderthalerbloed door onze aderen?Waren onze voorouders kannibalen ? Waren ze kunstliefhebbers ?Zijn we het resultaat van Out-of-africa-2...
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