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String Making Neanderthals!

Here's a story from NPR about new evidence that has emerged about the intelligence of our Neanderthal cousins...https://www.npr.org/2020/04/10/828400733/the-oldest-string-ever-found-may-have-been-made-by-neanderthals

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Rhythm and Color

Thanks to Sinhong Park for sharing this fascinating video that relates our propensity for rhythm in chapter 6 to our propensity for color in chapter 8: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JiNKlhspdKg.

How do we make all those colors with our mouths?

In chapter 5 we encounter the incredible case of the descending larynx. This marvelous evolutionary adaptation allows us a much greater variety of mouth sounds. Now Tori Bloom sends us an internet mod

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