It takes two flints to make a fire
- Louisa May Alcott
It's the third episode and things are getting weird in the evolutionary world! Who are these neandertals with their low brows and primitive ideas, and why do so many politicians look like them? (That's a little political humor for you all! The yuks just keep on coming here at TPHOOW!)
When you're done listening to the episode, don't forget to listen to the theories of the eminent professor of anthropology Dr. Karl Pilkington on the genetics between man and chimpanzee. It's a truly fascinating lecture!
And as I've done before, all the picture links and articles will be posted within the day or so. I'll also be posting a bibliography for all the works cited to date so no one tries to sue me. As my legal team, of the moment, consists of a half eaten donut and a briefcase full of shredded newspaper.
MP3 Direct Link
MacLeod, Kevin - Dubakupado
SFX - Mike Koenig, The Recordist
Travel Music - Guy Whitmore
Neandertal skull from La-Chapelle-Aux-Saints
Range of the Neandertal
Great site for showing how to make pigment from red ochre
Ice Age Twins found completely covered in red ochre...found this after the episode went up
Chunks of raw red ochre
Great chart showing how dog breeds develop