Friday, June 17, 2005


- Does our fascination with monsters stem from the fact that we miss the days when we had natural predators?

- Are maternity wards quiet because, in a genetic hangover from our past, the babies instinctively know that to call out when not under the protection of their mothers could attract predators?

- Were the antelope horns and leg bones found in archaeological digs the early weapons of our hominid ancestors, or merely the parts of the meal that the big cats left?


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