I receive feedback

It's always good to receive perceptive, constructive criticism. Astute and erudite commenter, Susan Burns, writes:

In regards to your new evidence of aquatic ape; you are an asshole.

I must admit, I'm somewhat perplexed as to how anyone (either pro- or anti-aquatic ape hypothesis) could take such exception to this post, but there you go. We live and learn.

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1 thought on “I receive feedback

  1. Humans did not descend from aquatic apes, of course, although our ancestors were too heavy & slow to run over open plains as some anthropologists still believe.
    Instead, Pleistocene Homo populations simply followed the coasts & rivers in Africa & Eurasia (800 ka they even reached Flores >18 km overseas), google, eg, “econiche Homo”.
    –eBook “Was Man more aquatic in the past?” introd.Phillip Tobias
    –guest post at Greg Laden’s blog

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