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How to make 2,000-year-old-bread
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How to make 2,000-year-old-bread

So, it didn’t turn out to be as easy as we thought to reproduce this bread. But here we are. We got some flour – we got some buckwheat flour, which is the flour that they used all the time.

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The Fantastical Art of Brandon S. Pilcher, 2018-2019
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The Fantastical Art of Brandon S. Pilcher, 2018-2019

Tyrannosaurus v.s. Triceratops Acrocanthosaurus Albertosaurus Allosaurus v.s. Stegosaurus Early Hominin Ankylosaurus Apidima 1 (Early Homo sapiens) Brontosaurus Cretaceous Canopy Ceratosaurus Deinotherium Shonisaurus Tyrannosaurus rex at night Early Native American Iguanodon Kamuysaurus Paradise Lost Probed by Another World Raptors on the

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The Sex Lives of Early Humans
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The Sex Lives of Early Humans

Scientists might seem like the only group of people in the world who Aren’t really into a good gossipy sex scandal, but that, in fact, my friends, is not true at all They love to talk about sex Especially when

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Why are we the only Humans that survived?
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How the story transforms the teller | Donald Davis | TEDxCharlottesville
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How the story transforms the teller | Donald Davis | TEDxCharlottesville

Translator: Juliana Marín I’m Donald Davis, and I tell stories. If you come to see me at a festival, you will meet me as a performer. But a great deal of the most important work I do is help other

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This Ancient Tooth Could Shake Up How We Study Evolution | SciShow News
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This Ancient Tooth Could Shake Up How We Study Evolution | SciShow News

Thanks to Brilliant for supporting this whole week of SciShow! Go to Brilliant.org/SciShow to learn more. [♪ INTRO] In a study published last week in Nature, scientists were able to get molecular information from teeth that are more than 1.7

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Five skeletons could change archaeology | Miles Russell | TEDxBournemouthUniversity
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Five skeletons could change archaeology | Miles Russell | TEDxBournemouthUniversity

Translator: Katarina Ericson Reviewer: Denise RQ I don’t want to start this lecture by making it sound like a therapy session, but hello, my name is Miles Russell, and for 30 years I’ve been an archaeologist. Archaeologist is a very

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Can Mandatory National Service Fix America? With Sebastian Junger
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Can Mandatory National Service Fix America? With Sebastian Junger

All of the archeological and anthropological evidence from prehistory and current day hunter-gatherer societies shows that we’ve thought to live in small groups of 40-50 people, maybe 100-150 people. Those were the typical living sizes based on encampments that have

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