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Link parade, 2

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Ben Phelan at Slate writes about the recent evolution of lactase persistence: “The Most Spectacular Mutation in Recent Human History”.

Clearing the stack

less than 1 minute read

The Wall Street Journal visits Inanke, Zimbabwe, to look at prehistoric cave paintings: “Magnificence on Cave Walls”.

Clearing the stack

less than 1 minute read

Here are some links that have been piling up in my browser tabs this week:

Tracking back to acceleranistas

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I've had a very busy couple of days, and haven't been maintaining my reading-and-linking as much as I had hoped. So I wanted to take a few minutes to do a q...

Looking for more on the Genographic project?

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Dienekes is all over the story, including a link to the video, news of some success stories, some details on the protocols from Spencer Wells, and detai...