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(Phys Org2)   Research says human and Neanderthal brains have a surprising 'youthful' quality in common and they had no problem combining to beat up the stinky creepy loser Cro-Magnon kids on the playground   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Human brain, Frontal lobe, large brain, Cerebrum, Cerebral cortex, Brain, different parts of the human brain, Results of a study  
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2023-01-06 8:30:36 AM  
Cro-Magnons were modern humans.

Which, of course, probably means that they were beat up on playgrounds.
2023-01-06 8:53:47 AM  
Me, looking at two identical piles of bone shards.

"Hmm, yes. They share a surprising youthful quality."

everyone else:

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