That is what Razib Khan and professor John Hawks have called their discussion about paleoanthropology which is available here.
As I read Grahame Clark not long ago, I could follow most of the discussion relatively easily. I found it very interesting; Razib asked – and Hawks answered – quite a few of the questions I have been asking myself when reading about this subject previously.
In order for you to understand all of it, the diavlog requires that you know a bit about this subject already, but even if you don’t, this is an interesting short treatment of (some aspects of) the evolutionary history of the hominids.
About me/this blog
I am a student of economics from Denmark.
This blog is mainly a site where I keep track of and share some of the stuff I read and learn. Only a small subset of the posts on this blog deal with economics – I have diverse interests, and as the category cloud in the sidebar below illustrates this blog contains posts about all kinds of stuff: Mathematics, physics, statistics, geology, geography, health care and medicine, psychology, evolutionary biology, genetics, history, anthropology, archaeology, chess, …
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Here’s an overview of the 71 books I read in 2013.
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