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- Correcting an Incorrect Reference
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- Imagined Orders, Chains of Memories and Biographical Existence: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harrari, Harvill Secker, London 2014
- A Short Note on Paradoxes Associated with Venus Figurines
- The Constructal Law, Feedback Mechanism in Evolution and the Challenge of Selfish Genes – An Opinion
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As discussed in the previous two posts, the Paleolithic Venuses are faceless, feetless and obese female figurines. Many of the current theories to explain these figurines do not explain all these features in a consistent manner. For an example, if … Continue reading