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Old December 8th, 2010, 12:11 PM   #1

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Inequality drove ancient Peruvians to child sacrifice
http://www.newscientist.com/article/...sacrifice.html
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Old December 8th, 2010, 12:13 PM   #2

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Ancient Civilization of Mound-Builders in Georgia may have been home to more people than originally thought.
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Canadian scientists using ancient coins to map trading routes
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A question to anyone who follows this thread. I get quite a bit of paleontology news as well. Is that anything that people would be interested in me posting?
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Paleoindian large mammal hunters on the plains of North America
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC24415/
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Oki, I assume that you started 2.0 because 1.0 is filled at 200 pages. I'd guess 98% of the posts were yours.

Well done and thank you.
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There actually was quite a few contributors over the last year or so, as well as some interesting discussions. I think everybody did a fantastic job helping maintain that thread, and we shall SALLY FORTH!
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A question to anyone who follows this thread. I get quite a bit of paleontology news as well. Is that anything that people would be interested in me posting?
Thanks for asking-Paleo in the Americas.
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Oki, I assume that you started 2.0 because 1.0 is filled at 200 pages. I'd guess 98% of the posts were yours.

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I'll second that.
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HMNS Field Expedition will Excavate Extremely Rare, Nearly Complete Dimetrodon Fossil

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