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Feb 22, 1977 (Age: 45)
biologist (reserch assistant / teachers assistant)

painted wolf

Grey Muzzle, 45, from NH, USA

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    1. ChristineES
      Happy birthday!
    2. hindupridemn
      Can I interview you?
    3. Rainbow Mage
      Rainbow Mage
      Hey hope you been doing well friend PW
    4. painted wolf
      painted wolf
      Modern humans are H.sapiens sapiens but since we don't have any living relations just using H.sapiens is fine. Neanderthals are either classified as H.neanderthalensis or H.sapiens neanderthalensis.
      Cro Magnon are AMHS and really aren't considered a valid distinct group. Though the term is casually used to talk about the European population of Early Modern Humans (EMH).
    5. Breathe
      That's kind of a shame. I know I occasionally am not entirely certain of some things (for example: humans: h. sapiens sapiens, or homo sapiens? Are Neanderthals categorised as h. sapiens H. s. neanderthalensis, how are AMHS and Cro Magnon distinguished: merely by culture and date, or also biology? etc), so I think this kind of thread would be useful. But I imagine it'd turn into another turd flinging thread.
    6. Breathe
      Hey pw, I was wondering -- do you think making thread on RF where people who accept evolution can ask questions on it to improve their knowledge of it would be a good idea, or do you think it would be hijacked and turned into a debate thread?
    7. ChristineES
      Happy birthday! :balloons:
    8. MysticSang'ha
      Happy Birthday!
    9. Breathe
      Happy birthday pw :)
    10. Brickjectivity
      Wow, look there are people living in New Hampshire. I thought it was just a parking lot for the big states.
    11. Revoltingest
      Thanx for the working in the salt mines frubie!
    12. Breathe
      Tremendously, thank you so much. :)

      Native American tribes, religions, etc have interested for a long time. I keep trying to learn more, but it's surprisingly difficult from overseas.

      Where should I look for each tribe's traditional beliefs, and is there a "Native American Confederation of Tribes" or something, for lack of a better term? :)
    13. Breathe
      Hi pw, do you know where I would be able to find a map with the traditional tribal homelands written there?

      For example, on a map of Wisconsin, it'd say Ho-Chunk, Iroquois, etc? :)
    14. Iti oj
      Iti oj
      Haha awesome. Maybe ill pitch a view ideas too
    15. Iti oj
      Iti oj
      add one fact per page and maybe a small essay in the front.keep me posted id like to help on a project like that
    16. Iti oj
      Iti oj
      You should ones about evolutionary lineages and make it educational. Ahah id help it grow in jersey that sounds dope.
    17. Iti oj
      Iti oj
      Ohh that's awesome. What theme were you thinking?
      also do you do avatars or is that some one else work?
    18. Iti oj
      Iti oj
      I've been a bit everything recently lol keepen up on the art?
    19. Iti oj
      Iti oj
      hey how have you been. i have not had a chance to talk to you in awhile and seems we keep missing each other in threads so hello pw
    20. dust1n
      I wouldn't say they are worth your time. In fact, I would suggest quite the opposite.
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    Feb 22, 1977 (Age: 45)
    NH, USA
    biologist (reserch assistant / teachers assistant)


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