"We can’t hate ourselves into a version of ourselves we can love."
#it's wicked when i see this stuff on my dash now
So the Denisovans (a sub species of Homo Sapiens, whose skull image is shown above), genome was analyzed.
The new Denisovan genome indicates this population interbred with an extinct population that lived in Asia more than 30,000 years ago, which is neither human nor Neanderthal.
They have yet to identify what this unknown species maybe.
This year it’s all coming out.
I’m not saying cylons BUT CYLONS
Paging Mr. Adams, Mr. Douglas Adams, we’ve found where Golgafrincham Ark B came down…
(seriously, though, this doesn’t surprise me at all; humans are the dolphins of the land- if it looks sort of like us and it acts sort of like us and we’re not in the mood to beat it up over it eating the same thing as us, you can start the countdown to getting jiggy with it pretty reliably)
We’re up in the Pleistocene,
We’re up acquiring some genes,
We’re up—you know what that means.
We’re up all night to get lucky.
#aka harris lines
I found a good example of linear enamel hypoplasia (LEH) in my cranial sample today. LEH is a developmental complication in which the regular growth of dental enamel is interrupted due to physiological stress. This interruption results in horizontal lines across the teeth. One example of a physiological stressor on developing individuals that may cause LEH would be a period of food shortage.
This individual exhibited two distinct hypoplastic bands across the anterior teeth, which may suggest more than one significant period of stress.