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Neandertals rule the world Bernd 11/20/2020 (Fri) 02:07:35 [Preview] No. 41080
I watched this stuff a few years ago. some of it is fascinating but most of it is just nuts. Still I think it would interest perhaps a few bernds.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=BJeg0zeoums [Embed]

I like this video most, its kind of like an unintentional asmr with the rain falling.


Bernd 11/21/2020 (Sat) 00:59:55 [Preview] No.41089 del
Based Dr. Raoult striking once again.


Bernd 11/22/2020 (Sun) 11:52:11 [Preview] No.41122 del


Bernd 11/22/2020 (Sun) 11:58:31 [Preview] No.41123 del
>>41120
That's a novel idea. Just by the sound of it makes me remember Planet of the Apes.
Also when the disciple surpasses the master.
Also can be an origin of the creation legends.
Gonna check it out.


Bernd 11/22/2020 (Sun) 17:01:07 [Preview] No.41131 del
>>41120
Alot of the facts does make some sense. Another interesting soviet guy who wrote on a similar topic is ernst muldashev. his book where do we come from is a good read.


Bernd 11/27/2020 (Fri) 01:35:22 [Preview] No.41197 del
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>>41080
IIRC, the Neanderthals were the smarter and more sophisticated of the original human species. Even having softer facial features and being very inventive.

They lived peacefully until the Homo Sapiens, who were more savage and violent, invaded and raped them into extinction. The people that came out of the rapings would be the current people that inhabit earth. I think I saw that in a TV show or youtube video once


Bernd 11/27/2020 (Fri) 18:50:57 [Preview] No.41213 del
>>41197
Those reconstructions have to be taken with a hint of salt tho.
>more sophisticated
Their tools were more crude. Well what we know about, stone tools. Large shortcoming of archaeology that only in special circumstances preserve organic remains. Certain building materials can disappear too (eg. adobe).


Bernd 11/29/2020 (Sun) 14:31:07 [Preview] No.41227 del
>>41120
>The possibility of using the biomass of animals that died naturally or were killed by predators for food was provided by a tough instinct that did not allow him to kill anyone.
This sounds familiar.
Since it's not the actual work of Porshnev it's little short on actual data (for example up to the 6th page - where I am now at the moment - zoological data is frequently referred to, but it isn't really there to know what is that data), and more on opinions, but an interesting read nevertheless. Now I have a little time, but not sure if I'm gonna finish, some stuff to do before it gets dark outside.


Bernd 11/29/2020 (Sun) 17:17:57 [Preview] No.41231 del
>>41120
good text im reading it


Bernd 11/29/2020 (Sun) 19:12:05 [Preview] No.41232 del
Read some of that google translated article but haven't reached much further. Some articles about primates and how they perceive death, some observed behaviour; posting it since they are related to the early humans and their possible cannibalistic tendencies (in the article about Porshnev's work it's part of the scavenging habits of theirs).
https://www.livescience.com/6335-chimps-understand-mourn-death-research-suggests.html
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/gorillas-appear-grieve-their-dead-180971896/
So while it is known that primates sometimes consume deceased adolescent specimens, but it seems it depends more on circumstances. Furthermore they differentiate between the ones belong to their own group, and outsiders. And even outsiders aren't necessarily considered as a food source (the gorillas - the examples of the second article - are largely herbivores).
And one about Neanderthals and nidal and their burials, and possible burials.
https://www.sapiens.org/culture/hominin-burial/

The whole thing made me think if the notion that death is sleep roots in some taboo that we shouldn't eat the dead belonged to our group. "Stop my son, don't chew on grampa's toe, he is just sleeping!"


Bernd 12/05/2020 (Sat) 15:39:10 [Preview] No.41341 del
Made a pdf from the Google translation.



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