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    In fact, in summer the earth is far away from the...

    In fact, in summer the earth is far away from the Sun, and in winter, it is close. What matters is not difference in distances, but inclination.
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    In the end, he was quite civilised.

    In the end, he was quite civilised.
  3. Thread: Early Readers

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    Yes, the most important is to make it fun. For...

    Yes, the most important is to make it fun. For example, if I catch my son and I sing the songs (even though I do not know the lyrics, I mumble), he is really enjoying it. Only the music, without the...
  4. Thread: Early Readers

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    My parents say I knew the letters before being...

    My parents say I knew the letters before being two years old, and being two years old, I already knew how to read words. I think they never taught me, apart from following the finger on the letters....
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    Question about Behavioral modernity

    I am trying to learn about paleogenetics, and even though I more or less understand what happened in Europe for the last say 10,000 years, I still do not understand well the issue of Behavioral...
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    Yes. +1 char

    Yes. +1 char
  7. I think it is necessary to differentiate a "good...

    I think it is necessary to differentiate a "good cuisine" in restaurants, from what normal people in that country eat.

    For sure, Italians (and in general, European Mediterraneans) eat very well in...
  8. One possibility (I am not saying this is the...

    One possibility (I am not saying this is the truth; I do not have enough knowledge for that) is the North African genetic imprint on Iberia happened before the Sub Saharan admixture in North Africa....
  9. And these levantines and anatolians are like...

    And these levantines and anatolians are like today's levantines and anatolians?
  10. Is it known who were the first developers of agriculture in the Fertile Crescent?

    Agriculture appeared first in the Fertile Crescent, around 12,000 years ago.

    From reading in this forum, I realize that the current European population has little to do with the people living in...
  11. Are there efforts to find fossils for the...

    Are there efforts to find fossils for the "ghosts"?
  12. Interesting. From an intuitive point of view, it...

    Interesting. From an intuitive point of view, it is surprising traps happened before a "farm" for rabbits. It seems to me that keeping rabbits in a place for reproduction should be easier than...
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    This is an example of what happens if the bad...

    This is an example of what happens if the bad ones are not punished: the supporters of the bad ones become brave enough, such that when somebody despises the bad ones, the supporters of the bad ones...
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    Serendipity: In the Conference of Vox's Ortega...

    Serendipity:

    In the Conference of Vox's Ortega Smith at the European Parliament, a Flemish NVA MP told him that denying that Catalonia is a nation is like denying the light of the sun.

    Then,...
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    For sure we should speak about that. Otherwise,...

    For sure we should speak about that. Otherwise, the bad ones will speak about that.

    For example, yesterday Javier Ortega Smith, a high representative of Vox, a far-right Spanish political party...
  16. Thread: Girona

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    The Jewish quarter is one of the big attractions...

    The Jewish quarter is one of the big attractions of Girona. And the Jewish quarter existed because there were Jewish people living in Girona (not an imitation).
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    Who is tainted is the nation of Castile. Of...

    Who is tainted is the nation of Castile. Of course, it is never the case that all people within a nation commit crimes. For example, an overwhelming majority of Germans did not kill any Jew. But...
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    Every person has to find his/her way. At least, a...

    Every person has to find his/her way. At least, a strong personal commitment not to do (or allow others to do) the same (or similar) now.
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    I wholeheartedly agree with this. And if the...

    I wholeheartedly agree with this.

    And if the crimes happened in the past, and nobody was punished, I believe that we have the duty to actively remember that, and act accordingly.
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    Or biological weapons.

    Or biological weapons.
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    Because a part of the Castilian population...

    Because a part of the Castilian population (generally, the ones that supported the Franco dictatorship) are proud of that invasion and extermination of a big part of the original American population...
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    I do not allow you to call me racist. You do not...

    I do not allow you to call me racist. You do not know who I am, or who are my family members (and yes, I have family members who are Castilians, so it would be crazy for me to be racist against...
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    After learning that things like this (total...

    After learning that things like this (total replacement of Y in Iberia) existed in the past, I can understand better why religions appeared in that environment: it was just to moderate the absurdity...
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    This is the perspective of the winner, who do not...

    This is the perspective of the winner, who do not want to recognise that these things happened.

    And when there is no recognition, there is no repentance. A prototypical example is the American...
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    This is a really hard problem. We take the...

    This is a really hard problem. We take the attitude of "it happened, and now things cannot be reversed, since it would be too costly". There is some kind of immorality in this position. I do not know...
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