Date home page pdf with links By Allan Krill ·
Parsimony is a virtue in science, but not in paleoanthropology 2 messages By Allan Krill ·
Paleohumans were mostly marine By Allan Krill ·
Human prehistory probably began with a few Marine Chimpanzees, and then thousands of Marine Paleohumans By Allan Krill ·
Universal grammar and the Bantu expansion in Africa By Allan Krill ·
No one wants a ‘Garden of Eden model’ for human evolution By Allan Krill ·
Paleoanthropologists ‘pull their punches’ to get published By Allan Krill ·
Examples of kayfabe in paleoanthropology By Allan Krill ·
Professional wrestling and paleoanthropology are unlike other sports and sciences By Allan Krill ·
Transcript of Michel Odent's talk on Youtube: Selling the Marine Chimpanzee Concept By Allan Krill ·
Prehistoric people in arctic Norway probably ate a lot of fish By Allan Krill ·
"Let us hope It is not true, but if it is, let us pray it does not become widely known." By Allan Krill ·
Cunnane & Crawford (2014). Energetic and nutritional constraints on infant brain development: Implications for brain expansion during human evolution By Allan Krill ·
Research article published today: French cave tells new story about Neanderthals, early humans By Allan Krill ·
Bronze Age (ca. 3000 years old) rock-art near Trondheim probably shows marine food resources (not footprints) By Allan Krill ·
Here's where I think most Stone Age Europeans (Neanderthals and Sapiens) spent the winter By Allan Krill ·
Piltdownian science: experts won’t mention the possibility of hoax By Allan Krill ·
More details on rafting models for the origins of Gorilla, Pan, and Homo. By Allan Krill ·
Blubber and steatopygia, as depicted in 25,000-year-old Venus figurines, were probably common traits of Stone Age women By Allan Krill ·
Paleoanthropology is narcissistic nonscience By Allan Krill ·
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