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"huntergatherers" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Said something really interesting i love watching you on on the johnny carson show about highly evolved in small groups you were talking about race and it seems like we're going back to that tribal history of where we're at a time when we need to come together to solve this massive climate collective if you look at people in our society giants society and then you look at their christmas lists or their closest colleagues the numbers usually are in the vicinity of hundred or one hundred and fifty people it's called the dunbar number and it's what the estimate is for the size of our huntergatherer groups way back when huntergatherers had several advantages over us they were much more equitable their leadership was not one leader there would be a leader for for hunting there'd be a leader for medicine there be a leader for settling disputes and so on since they had to carry everything with them you couldn't have coke brothers collecting five million times as much as somebody as somebody else they all spoke the same language they were all genetically related so if your wife was cheating on you she was probably cheating on you with somebody who had very much your genes so there wasn't the same problem there so in many ways hunting gathering was a very good stage of our existence we didn't have tv and we didn't have many diseases we have today either but of course we died young so take your choice he wrote on the dominant animal about cultural evolution as well as genetic evolution so can we evolve pass these primal tribal instinct while we have i mean for instance what do we know is absolutely programmed into his genetically from the theory of evolution namely out reproduce your buddies maximize your reproduction now i've done surveys now and dozens of audiences of thousands of people i've yet to run into a woman who either has or claims she wants twentyfive children which is quite possible biologically but we've overridden the great genetic code things by with contraception and social choice and so there's no question we can change we have the ability to change you also write about a lot of motivations being driven by hierarchy within social groups whether it's money or for tilleke or that sort of thing so how does that really driving our human behavior it's it's our peer groups which meant that's maybe amplified by social media now.
"huntergatherers" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Said something really interesting i love watching you on on johnny carson show about how we evolved in small groups you were talking about race and it seems like we're going back to that tribal history of where we're at a time when we need to come together to solve this massive climate collectively you look at people in our society giants society and then you look at their christmas lists or their closest colleagues the numbers usually are in the vicinity of a hundred or one hundred and fifty people it's called the dunbar number and is what the estimate is for the size of our hunter gatherer groups way back when huntergatherers had several advantages over us they were much more equitable their leadership was not one leader there would be a leader for hunting there'd be a leader for medicine there'd be a leader for settling disputes and so on since they had to carry everything with them you couldn't have coke brothers collecting five million times as much as somebody as somebody else they all spoke the same language they were all genetically related so if your wife was cheating on you she was probably cheating on you with somebody who had very much your genes so there wasn't the same problem there so in many ways hunting gathering was a very good stage of our existence we didn't have tv and we didn't have many diseases we have today either but of course we died young so take your choice he wrote on the dominant animal about cultural evolution as well as genetic evolution so can we evolve pass these primal tribal instinct oh we have i mean for instance what do we know is absolutely programmed into his genetically from the theory of evolution namely out reproduced your buddies maximize your.
"huntergatherers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Southwest has the highest score for a us airline it's sixthplace singapore airlines is at the top of the list followed by air new zealand emerets japan airlines and eva air southwest got credit for its membership program and as far as north american airlines go jetblue is credited with the best business class at south west got the award for best economy class another report on airlines also released today found they need to improve in there on time arrivals wbz news time three twenty one an ancient human finger bone found in saudi arabia is providing a new clue about human migration out of africa researchers say it shows huntergatherers had reached the area by eighty five thousand years ago the bone get this believed to be we're not making this up an adult middle finger was found a couple of years ago previously discovered fossils show an earlier human presence in israel and possibly china at investigation is now underway in russia after a woman died when doctors used an embalming fluid drip on her instead of saline the british tabloid the sun reports tarinah fed gay fed eva was in the hospital for minor surgery doctors mistakenly sent formal and into her body a fluid that can be used to preserve corpses or as a disinfectant fed yeah eva suffered two days before going into a coma she eventually died wbz news time three twenty two a winter weary police department it upstate new york has put the season under arrest with repeated april snowfalls lingering cold weather winter has overstayed its welcome in much of the northeast one small town police department is doing something about it they arrested winter the police department in debut western new york suburb about twelve miles east of buffalo announced on its facebook page that winter is charged with loitering and it will face legal consequences if there's any more snow do police also send a message to the weather forecasting groundhog to turn himself in the police promise they'll go easy on winter if it works with the department the town like much of the state has been battered by wind.
"huntergatherers" Discussed on WREK
"The bushes and and we nomadic huntergatherers terrific mechanism but when it's about our happiness when it's about i need to get over this heartbreak so i can seek love again then a mind is actually has a different agenda a minds agenda is wow this hurt so much i'm going to make sure you won't forget it i'm going to remind you of this as much as possible i'm going to keep it fresh in your mind as much as possible i'm going to keep the pain as fresh as i possibly can that's my only way of making sure you don't make this mistake again but this mistake insofar as falling in love is one is one we do want to be able to make again so we have to recognize that our instincts in these moments and again you're absolutely right after the initial shock of it at that point our instincts and our gut and what happens in our head is most likely going to be working against our purposes and not in favor on support of them and that's been we have to kind of assert control of awards going on many times it's easier to observe and others rather than our own experience and and we've all seen in others going through experiences like this that they go after the details again and again and you say this behavior is like a drug addict and that's another interesting experiment that people did hear that they looked at the brain of people who were heartbroken and what they found was that the same areas are being activated as they were seeing being activated when antics were withdrawing from substances like cocaine an opioid just these pleasure centers of the brain and certain euro transmitters which are becoming very very active in those moments and.
"huntergatherers" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"This is the tom vardhman program while the bag sam marvin here with you on the line with us james james suzman phd anthropologist an author of affluence without abundance heads the cambridgebased research and support organization and throw posts and as been working with the bushman of botswana's eastern kalahari for more than twenty five years uh wrote a brilliant piece for even now makes that two got me on his uh or got him on my radar screen uh the even onyx piece is called how huntergatherers may hold the key to our economic future uh professor says when welcome to the program for dr says mccracken iq very my fear the another am i am a professor yet mi pmi proudcing names correctly your name and throw pose stuff like that no you doing a good enough putts thank you so tell us what you know we we as human beings our forebears our ancestors regardless of our razor region that were from or whatever uh all of our ancestors for the majority of the two hundred and sixty thousand to four hundred thousand years that the human race has been around lived as huntergatherers the agriculture revolution was just ten eleven thousand years ago and it didn't include all humans just you know what mid led do what we call western civilization i guess what what does that mean that that our evolutionary uh background was a very different kind of society and culture and fend frankly a work organisation than what we have now yeah well it is my characterization accurate you characterize i sneeze accurate i mean i i i could wax lyrical about the impacts olympic revolution in terms of how we see now and all the different kind and things that we take has not to lose lead normal m how bad shape thoughts but actually the truth is that you say you know we vote to the species probably around two hundred fifty thousand years because the picture keeps getting clear we get new sciences like genomics which clinton unpeeled the human genome historically which gives us much better insights into human history won't with tune are now is that kohl really 200000 years plus of that history we lucas huntergatherers with something called an immediate return economy and immediate petard economy is one way you want to reach your immediate needs you don't worry about the future and huntergatherers could.
"huntergatherers" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"The first people who were in the area now known as britain right yeah so people's particle to roll to come the european population of huntergatherers and we knew already that these people had a dark skin and eyes and uh what we found out that cheddar man north that's the brits at that time we're actually part of this larger european population so they they really were europeans and uh had the look of europeans off the time so they depopulated europe and britain as we know now and now no after the last ice age and so we'll just like he is that these people and modern me lethem this have some kind of common and sisters that uh off the ice we tweets and uh repopulate it uh western europe and we should point out he's called saturnin because he comes from an area cutting the place contender gorge and not necessary because he's he a cheese eater but what else what what was previously thought about cheddar now what was the previous assumptions about in that this now completely changes your show there has to be herb prior were because construction chronic spectrum and and i think people initially big no way at all with what kind of a human you all he there was talk of you may have been our kyw could not even live there then pumping modern human but without the the actual dna work there was no real way to get to the level of detail so the best guess the people previously had is he he lived in britain so he may look like people in britain today and it's only really with the advent of dna technology was the incredible advances that have been made in in ancient dna research in the last five ten years that it's not possible to look at these eight genomes that old has been depicted as a uh.
"huntergatherers" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"More aggressive approach and then you create world war three within the family it's one of the review call me the other day on on uh one of your physician clients and his spouse couldn't make as certain appointment and you are asking me whether or not you know you should have the appointment with both of them and i i was pretty ambivalent i didn't really care it wasn't really doing significant financial planning but as it turns out 'if i saw you figured out how to get them both in the room together so that their insane yeah because you're right the husband and the wife have two entirely different ways the last batch in i'm going to sound real sexists here ladies and gentlemen bet um the guy said huntergatherers they're going to be that way till after retirement i can make it up i can make it up late is her like oh no oh no i wanna know said i've got all my things gathered together and i want to be able to put my hands on him and be safe and feel better about it and and obviously there's some reversal some of those kinds of values between husbands and wives but for the most part that's the case and then the other thing is between a couple it's natural for a husband to delegate certain responsibilities wife and vice versa in the financial decisions don't necessarily all full on the guys i i've worked with ladies who he just doesn't want to hear about it you know you do it you don't have him all the investments genies handled all the the finances that's why the truth is i should have listened to her more and she should have listened to me more wealth because an out of blend of the two of us twenty have been married so long i guess is much better this some of the parts better any individual later the whole is greater than.
"huntergatherers" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"What is it exactly about food that we want what is it exactly about food that motivates us that makes us go after it i think this is a really fundamental question that i haven't seen answered in any other kind of general audience uh book and but this is something that we know quite a bit a lot about in in science and basically how it turns out is that the brain is hard wired and this is the brain i'm talking about all human so these are things that are common to all cultures no matter where in the world you grow up you're gonna be interested in these particular food properties the brain as hardwired to seek certain properties in food and these include sugar fat starch salt protein and the amino acid glutamate which is that mommy meaty flavor that you get in bone broth cooked to me in soya sauce in msg right protein is in there really yeah yeah proteins i think it is and so the reinforcing effective protein has not been directly demonstrated in humans but it has been demonstrated in rodents and try and i think it's likely that it is in humans to in dayton huntergatherers support that as well because they they definitely are motivated by protein somewhat independently of total calories that's actually the the second seems to be the second biggest motivator for them when their choosing their food resources number one is calories number twos protein so i think there is some some wiring their round protein the only reason i question that is because in the absence of things like the liked will mommy flavor and the fats and the salts in the sugar sometimes proteins jim over plan.
"huntergatherers" Discussed on Crooked Conversations
"You know had less time to ponder r mer our own you know mortality we had less time to make our uh that actually huntergatherers spent less time gathering calories that they needed or less time and by the way it's just a dumb idea i if you're if you're a hunter k u there are animals everywhere you can just hunt them kill them bring them back to camp eat them it's fantastic let's say if one species of animal starts to thin out willing aegis hunted different species of animal if you or domesticating animals if you're pending animals for easy slaughter and one of those animals get sick all the animals get sick they all die you die if you're a gatherer go round you pick a wild stocks of bar liam while stocks of wheat and do whatever you want with its everywhere around ju it's not a big deal if you're a farmer forget about the fact that you just spent most of the water that keeps you will live trying to grow these crops and that you're you've you're staying up all night keeping them you know free from disease and animals and thieves but even then if there is a drought if anything goes wrong your crops die you die it's just a terrible pateraki of is it's just it is it is may's had but the theory that you add in the book that is becoming i guess people are gathering where evidence for it is that the reason we made the switch it isn't that we made the switch and then develop organized m rituals than religions it's that the religion in and rituals that we had as huntergatherers started to require us to stay in one place tuesday yeah that's perfectly said so the arc i like such a good student like i know you're really efficient i should interview look the evidence that we have now is that we know that human beings settled.
"huntergatherers" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The far north he really did need to have lights get an ice to absorb is much vitamin d is he could end the summer admitted winter excuse me um so those are two more jeans it's really interesting they found at least a half dozen gene variance um and not only did they find these genes that are all working together to give people different color skin which gives us gives us a tool kit to adapt to light conditions where we live and if you knew the equator you might have more direct sun but if you're in letting in the would maybe you're uh in the what's more maybe we don't need quite as darkskinned as somebody who is out in the opener on water a lot for example and we're all mixed up i note here that uh one of the commentary commentators that you whom you spoke with said that using raise using skin color the classified humans is is pointless because we're we're we're everything were a milan exactly and i think that's so interesting there's so much diversity and africans they have all different skin colours so to actually say somebody is black and use that as if it's a racial trade is is ridiculous i mean especially if you look at melanesians and asians that have dark skin or but the han huntergatherers the sun had to gather as in south africa have skin so i you know this notion that you skin to classify people is it's just one trait among many i won't apply this to my family and because one reading through this my mother's people are from persia a syrians and that's at least three four thousand years old yes fine but they're are very dark skin very darkskinned and in their own environment that can even be darker my mother married into european family and so i'm all mixed up what you are telling me is that i've got all the genes in me i always had all the genes of i have the genes out of africa i have the genes that adapted in europe and i have the the middle ground the middle eastern genes that where western asia and eastern asia all altogether yes so i it'd be interesting to see like what gene you have.
"huntergatherers" Discussed on The Liturgists
"His narrow if you're not a fan of trump which probably imagine most people in here tremendous fails it from a maybe but how do we love our enemy donald trump how do you rightfully ian righteously resist it enemy while still loving them and how far can you take that welcome to the literature spike as everybody so i wonder what science has to say about that so here's the thing among all the social mammals we've ever encountered in biology homo sapiens are by far the most violent and fat we look back at the fossil record about two million years ago something remarkable habit our ancestors figured out her sharpen and throws sticks and as soon as that happen large predator and herbivores populations across the entire continent of africa word decimated and as homo sapiens spread from the cradle of our birthplace across the entire globe that same pattern continued everywhere you found populations of humans you found a reduction in the populations of competitive species now we don't know exactly when human language developed we don't know the relationship between twelve making for example and language but we know that once we begin to speak we began to ascribe instead of characteristics among those who oppose us as our enemies now scientists don't agree exactly when we created war but some scientists believe that we actually wage war before we even had civilization while others say that war was probably nonexistent among huntergatherers but either way where sheraton that huntergatherers we're incredibly violent most men died at the hands of other men before the dawn of civilization.
"huntergatherers" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance
"We open up the opportunity of wealth building without financial surplus we can never build great financial wealth with financial surplus we can start to move towards building financial wealth because once we have financial capital then we have the ability to take that financial capital and invest it now there are many many ways that we can invest our financial capital one of the simplest things that we can do is use it to hire people to do things for us that will help us to use our human capital in ways that are more efficient and productive if we were all living in a very simple society as subsistence huntergatherers are subsistence farmers we would be doing a lot of things for ourselves we would be clothing ourselves by going and perhaps harvesting the material from the wilderness or raising the material and harvesting it from our animals we would be housing ourselves by going and pulling the logs are cutting up the sod to build assad house for ourselves are carving a home out of a cave in iraq or whatever the the version is but what we would find is that there are certain types of those jobs that are more suitable for us for example i might have large muscles and you might have small muscles so i might naturally be better suited for picking up big rocks and stacking them up to build you a house and you might find that with your nimble and delicate fingers that you're more well suited to we've clothing for me and so it together so that i can cover myself in close might clothed myself.
"huntergatherers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To win eight wimbledon singles titles his opponent in the final is the seventh seed from croatia merrin chile which that's the latest bbc news why hello and welcome to the food chain the weekly program about the economics science and culture food i'm gone fella dino and in this addition a collaboration with bbc ready fools the food programme we're gonna be telling what might be the oldest food story in the world more among all ya baa go why you're about to get an insight into what our earliest human ancestors eight in case you're wondering we haven't justice covered some form of time travel instead we gained be journey to eastern africa to meet a cried can provide the closest linked to off pa just walking through the woodland savannah tanzania east africa near the very large impressive lake yossi and following some of the world's last remaining huntergatherers the have a try of just over a thousand people and were walking through it's very dry woodland savannah surrounded by large trunk bow trees and a kcm wishes prickly thorns dry soil and part graf he is so far all i've seen the meet some berries putt from trees fruit from the bow tree but today they've bows and arrows and shot sticks in hand because they're going hunting for porcupine which untold is a great delicacy to them it's coming up tonight day this incredibly hot and unfolding behind for me to lung to try to keep up with the hacked the congress the laura ingraham show good afternoon the total population of the hats tribe now stands at around one thousand of that it's thought only two or three hundred up your huntergatherers who grow nothing and practice new form of farming they believed in this part of east africa what could be.
"huntergatherers" Discussed on KELO
"Jungle then we are forum a pardon me far from motoko why we were we were asked your pippig has in homo habilitation we were peking man and java man and then we became neanderthal uncro magnet and then we became homeless apn and then homo sapiens sapiens and we went from huntergatherers could just add water egyptian and some areas civilization who with mathematics advance geometry metallurgy all the things that i really enormous amount of time could develop do you think trishaw all these pure moods around the country that are being discovered and have been discovered there are all connected somehow i do i do i think that they our willingness of a worldwide civilization that i had learned how to harness the natural energy is out of the earth in a nonpolluting way ancient wifi machines irs that is really the ancient wifi machines and if we could figure out how to do that we would probably stop the info dependent on fossil fuel and you know i of course i know that the powersthatbe it's kinda like the ufo question you only for asking the question are they uri here where did they come from he asked that obviously flight ear well what does the energy system while if it's not you know oil and gas and co oh obviously there's some kind of a very condensed energy system that's able to power the craft and then this gets into kind of on making the people that you know have billions and billions of dollars invested in gas and oil and coal you know get scared like oh my gosh you know it's gonna are a our base if we could all something that healthier for the human race and healthier for the planet anna so this is i can you know been going on this whole coverup paying for about seventy years and and it's it's multilayered then we say will win have come here before yes they kind of difficult harmed oh could could there be you know what the angel through that could be you know what um i some of religious creditrisk based on because then it gets into the territory um religion showing threatened you know and then we said well what are they what are.
"huntergatherers" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Can go register you want to go and then i'm going up ashwin on july the fouryear everywhere point oregon a um i'm going to be speaking at the ashland a hill oh of hotel on friday the fourteen th and then i'll go to seattle at the amazing grace spiritual centre on uh saturday july fifteen crimes speaking about an article i'm showing over to intern forty fly about these you know row it from the ship path that show that there was a civilization and especially you know an article in atlanta it'll come people think maybe out of what i am 'cause i don't happen to believe that but i do think alan colmes obviously very important and it's part of the entire puzzle but with atlanta's you know we are finding evidence of um basically entire cities that have gone down for example off the coast of india the western coast of india is this city called to work uh that we know with twenty one twenty two thousand years ago on it went down twelve thousand years ago during the a great fraud and then of course when the last great no continent island continent of atlanta went down in the atlantic and so you know we would we've most of our have been caught that basically we were monkeys and the jungle then we are forum it hard me far from atoll why we were you know we were occupied fifth occurs in homo habilitation can we were kidnapped in java man and then we became andhra following crowe magnet and then we became homeless apn and then homo sapiens sapiens and we went from huntergatherers could prove just add water egyptian in some areas civilization with mathematics advance geometry metal or key all of these things that really enormous amount of time the vow what do you think trishaw all these pure moods around the country that are being discovered and have been discovered there are all connected somehow i do i do i think that they are witness of a worldwide civilization that other they had learned how to harness the natural energies of the earth and nonpolluting way ancient wifi machines that is there yeah i should wifi machines and if we could figure out how to do that we would probably not be so dependent on fossil fuel and you know i of course i know that the powersthatbe kinda like the ufo question you when we start asking.
"huntergatherers" Discussed on Wow In the World
"Farmers cay yeah because for most of our history we homo sapiens were huntergatherers you mean we go out and food during the day yeah and there were no supermarkets or farmers' markets places we could go to just by our groceries and in fact we uman's didn't really start to grow our own food until about ten thousand five hundred years ago so right after the end of the last ice age yeah but what is the end of the ice age in humans becoming farmers have to do with one another will mindy as the temperature on earth became warmer ancient human started the you're out that instead of looking for fields of wild wheat or barley they could just take this seeds from these plants and plant them and growth food on their own without having to look for by watering there seemed in making sure that they had plenty of sunshine yes and this is often called the neolithic revolution and this was a period when humans discovered how do you see so instead of randomly coming across apple tree or another fruit tree they could just take the seeds out plant them and grow their own stock right where they lived in this could happen because the ice age was over and the earth's temperature was becoming warm enough to start growing crops in this could happen because the ice age was over and the earth's temperature finally became warm enough to start growing crops yes.
"huntergatherers" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Mystery woman on the annual indy little loom could glenn who quite ruling this is cat you're here it's a native speaker telling a fairytale called kuqo lonely eu golden rule rejecting all wrong oh among the dozens of indigenous groups spread throughout siberia the cat were always considered different they were huntergatherers unlike the native people surrounding them who are out reindeer cattlebreeders and their looks set them apart to kept people were physically different and they resembled pictures of native american people edward vita was by no means the first person to notice this as far back as three hundred years ago explorers who had contact with both groups were struck by the similarity of their parents and the fact that both were huntergatherers and so this intriguing theory began to circulate that the cats were simply distant cousins of native americans who had not ever gone overbearing straight the state in north asia the idea of a language link between cat and some native american languages also isn't new it was first floated in nineteen twenty three by italian linguist alfredo trump betty mostly on the basis of a single lookalike word the native people of most of northwestern north america out the baskent people's call themselves dna or dna depending on the different language and that means the people and the cat people call themselves jiang and it sounded so similar as theories go this was a bombshell there might be a living linguistic link between native peoples on either side of the bering strait that the presence of one similar word even a really important word wasn't enough to prove anything and after that the trail pretty much ran called when the iron curtain came down a bonanza of materiel suddenly became available to linguists on both sides vita began studying cat in the nineties and he soon noticed a discrepancy some scholars.