NEWS.com.au Were Neanderthals Europe's First Cave Artists?
The study suggests that the art may not be the work of modern humans at all. Neanderthals have been portrayed as brutish, animalistic cavemen, but the archaeological evidence suggests they weren't dummies. The Panel of Hands at El Castillo Cave in …
Cave art in Spain is the oldest in Europe, new dating method shows Los Angeles Times
World's Oldest Cave Art in Spain Possibly Made by Neanderthals San Francisco Chronicle
Spanish cave paintings shown as oldest in world Houston Chronicle
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When The Bible Prompts Science , A review of The Serpent's Promise: the Bible Interpreted Through Modern Science by Steve Jones.
A Q&A with Gene Wolfe , A Twelve Tomorrows exclusive: Science fiction legend Gene Wolfe looks back on his career. Gene Wolfe was born in New York City in 1931 and spent his early childhood in Peoria, Illinois, where he lived near his future wife, Rosemary. He moved to Houston with his parents at the age of six, attended Lamar High School, and enrolled at Texas A&M. But when Wolfe dropped out of college, he was drafted ...
Beyond the bones: The archaeology of human networks , The idea of human as networker is fast replacing the idea of human as toolmaker in the story of the human brain, claim two new books on our evolution
Brian Grazer is hustling to keep Imagine Entertainment relevant in ever-changing Hollywood , It's odd to see Brian Grazer chillin'. But there he is -- the frenetic mega-producer -- lounging in his sprawling backyard in Santa Monica, Calif., overlooking the Riviera Country Club, munching on a breakfast of turkey bacon and eggs over easy, drinking fresh-pressed carrot juice with a touch of ginger. Not surprisingly the zen moment quickly dissolves.