Message - Re: A tribute to the innocent victims that were perished in 9/11

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Posted by  BRUTUS on September 11, 2002 at 14:33:28:

In Reply to:  WTC 'design' posted by Paul Dremann on September 11, 2002 at 13:41:42:

(An aspect of Neanderthal life that has received a lot of attention is the amount of support that was at least occasionally lavished upon individuals within the group.the classic example of this comes form the Iraqi cave site of Shanidar,which has yielded six reasonably complete Neanderthal of these belonged to a male whose right arm had been withered,quite possibly since birth nonetheless,for a Neanderthal he had lived to an advanced age,possibly in the's unlikely that this man would survived so long without the consistent support of his group.that he did so-and maybe also that other members of the shanidar group also had survived quite serious wounds-indicates that compassion existed in the society that sustained hin....);from The Human Odyssey by Ian Tattersall
Shanidar "primitive" Neanderthal society in a secluded cave dated from more than 50000 years ago

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