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Rudy Canoza
2008-01-23 16:38:32 EST
Humans evolved beyond their vegetarian roots and became
meat-eaters at the dawn of the genus Homo, around 2.5
million years ago, according to a study of our
ancestors' teeth.

In 1999, researchers found cut marks on animal bones
dated at around 2.5 million years old. But no one could
be sure that they were made by meat-eating hominids,
because none appeared to have suitable teeth.

Now an analysis by Peter Ungar of the University of
Arkansas has revealed that the first members of Homo
had much sharper teeth than their most likely immediate
ancestor, Australopithecus afarensis, the species that
produced the famous fossil Lucy.

Eating meat requires teeth adapted more to cutting than
to grinding. The ability to cut is determined by the
slope of the cusps, or crests. "Steeper crests mean the
ability to consume tougher foods," Ungar says. He has
found that the crests of teeth from early Homo
skeletons are steeper than those of gorillas, which
consume foods as tough as leaves and stems, but not meat.

But the crests of teeth from A. afarensis are not only
shallower than those of early Homo, they are also
shallower than those of chimpanzees, which consume
mostly soft foods such as ripe fruit, and almost no meat.

"Ungar shows that early Homo had teeth adapted to
tougher food than A. afarensis or [chimpanzees]. The
obvious candidate is meat," says anthropologist Richard
Wrangham of Harvard University.

http://www.newscientist.com/channel/being-human/human-evolution/dn4122.html

Ronald 'More-More' Moshki
2008-01-26 00:55:56 EST
On Jan 23, 4:38 pm, Rudy Canoza <pi...@thedismalscience.net> wrote:
> Humans evolved beyond their vegetarian roots and became
> meat-eaters at the dawn of the genus Homo, around 2.5
> million years ago, according to a study of our
> ancestors' teeth.
>
> In 1999, researchers found cut marks on animal bones
> dated at around 2.5 million years old. But no one could
> be sure that they were made by meat-eating hominids,
> because none appeared to have suitable teeth.
>
> Now an analysis by Peter Ungar of the University of
> Arkansas has revealed that the first members of Homo
> had much sharper teeth than their most likely immediate
> ancestor, Australopithecus afarensis, the species that
> produced the famous fossil Lucy.
>
> Eating meat requires teeth adapted more to cutting than
> to grinding. The ability to cut is determined by the
> slope of the cusps, or crests. "Steeper crests mean the
> ability to consume tougher foods," Ungar says. He has
> found that the crests of teeth from early Homo
> skeletons are steeper than those of gorillas, which
> consume foods as tough as leaves and stems, but not meat.
>
> But the crests of teeth from A. afarensis are not only
> shallower than those of early Homo, they are also
> shallower than those of chimpanzees, which consume
> mostly soft foods such as ripe fruit, and almost no meat.
>
> "Ungar shows that early Homo had teeth adapted to
> tougher food than A. afarensis or [chimpanzees]. The
> obvious candidate is meat," says anthropologist Richard
> Wrangham of Harvard University.
>
> http://www.newscientist.com/channel/being-human/human-evolution/dn412...


10 reasons Rudy is not human:

10. Last name is Kan-doze-a. Not a human name.
9. Is genus Rudi The Doodi. Not human
8. Was not born but 'ground'.
7. Lives in a kave.
6. Lucy never heard of Rudi
5. Eats more ants than anteaters do.
4. Is an early Homocide Sapien.
3. Is a Homo.
2. Is a Humanoid.
1. Is Jonny Ball, Leef Erickson and Rudi Kan-doze-a.

Rudy Canoza
2008-01-26 01:22:06 EST
Ronald 'More-More' Moshki wrote:
> On Jan 23, 4:38 pm, Rudy Canoza <pi...@thedismalscience.net> wrote:
>> Humans evolved beyond their vegetarian roots and became
>> meat-eaters at the dawn of the genus Homo, around 2.5
>> million years ago, according to a study of our
>> ancestors' teeth.
>>
>> In 1999, researchers found cut marks on animal bones
>> dated at around 2.5 million years old. But no one could
>> be sure that they were made by meat-eating hominids,
>> because none appeared to have suitable teeth.
>>
>> Now an analysis by Peter Ungar of the University of
>> Arkansas has revealed that the first members of Homo
>> had much sharper teeth than their most likely immediate
>> ancestor, Australopithecus afarensis, the species that
>> produced the famous fossil Lucy.
>>
>> Eating meat requires teeth adapted more to cutting than
>> to grinding. The ability to cut is determined by the
>> slope of the cusps, or crests. "Steeper crests mean the
>> ability to consume tougher foods," Ungar says. He has
>> found that the crests of teeth from early Homo
>> skeletons are steeper than those of gorillas, which
>> consume foods as tough as leaves and stems, but not meat.
>>
>> But the crests of teeth from A. afarensis are not only
>> shallower than those of early Homo, they are also
>> shallower than those of chimpanzees, which consume
>> mostly soft foods such as ripe fruit, and almost no meat.
>>
>> "Ungar shows that early Homo had teeth adapted to
>> tougher food than A. afarensis or [chimpanzees]. The
>> obvious candidate is meat," says anthropologist Richard
>> Wrangham of Harvard University.
>>
>> http://www.newscientist.com/channel/being-human/human-evolution/dn412...
>
>
> 10 reasons

Blow it out your ass, dweeb.

And you don't know fuck-all about boxing, you stupid
pretentious twat.

Ronald 'More-More' Moshki
2008-01-26 12:06:49 EST
On Jan 26, 1:22 am, Rudy Canoza <pi...@thedismalscience.net> wrote:
> Ronald 'More-More' Moshki wrote:
> > On Jan 23, 4:38 pm, Rudy Canoza <pi...@thedismalscience.net> wrote:
> >> Humans evolved beyond their vegetarian roots and became
> >> meat-eaters at the dawn of the genus Homo, around 2.5
> >> million years ago, according to a study of our
> >> ancestors' teeth.
>
> >> In 1999, researchers found cut marks on animal bones
> >> dated at around 2.5 million years old. But no one could
> >> be sure that they were made by meat-eating hominids,
> >> because none appeared to have suitable teeth.
>
> >> Now an analysis by Peter Ungar of the University of
> >> Arkansas has revealed that the first members of Homo
> >> had much sharper teeth than their most likely immediate
> >> ancestor, Australopithecus afarensis, the species that
> >> produced the famous fossil Lucy.
>
> >> Eating meat requires teeth adapted more to cutting than
> >> to grinding. The ability to cut is determined by the
> >> slope of the cusps, or crests. "Steeper crests mean the
> >> ability to consume tougher foods," Ungar says. He has
> >> found that the crests of teeth from early Homo
> >> skeletons are steeper than those of gorillas, which
> >> consume foods as tough as leaves and stems, but not meat.
>
> >> But the crests of teeth from A. afarensis are not only
> >> shallower than those of early Homo, they are also
> >> shallower than those of chimpanzees, which consume
> >> mostly soft foods such as ripe fruit, and almost no meat.
>
> >> "Ungar shows that early Homo had teeth adapted to
> >> tougher food than A. afarensis or [chimpanzees]. The
> >> obvious candidate is meat," says anthropologist Richard
> >> Wrangham of Harvard University.
>
> >>http://www.newscientist.com/channel/being-human/human-evolution/dn412...
>
> > 10 reasons
>
> Blow it out your ass, dweeb.
>
> And you don't know fuck-all about boxing, you stupid
> pretentious twat.- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -



Laughing, but at Rudi.

Rudy Canoza
2008-01-26 12:51:27 EST
Ronald 'More-More' Moshki wrote:
> On Jan 26, 1:22 am, Rudy Canoza <pi...@thedismalscience.net> wrote:
>> Ronald 'More-More' Moshki wrote:
>>> On Jan 23, 4:38 pm, Rudy Canoza <pi...@thedismalscience.net> wrote:
>>>> Humans evolved beyond their vegetarian roots and became
>>>> meat-eaters at the dawn of the genus Homo, around 2.5
>>>> million years ago, according to a study of our
>>>> ancestors' teeth.
>>>> In 1999, researchers found cut marks on animal bones
>>>> dated at around 2.5 million years old. But no one could
>>>> be sure that they were made by meat-eating hominids,
>>>> because none appeared to have suitable teeth.
>>>> Now an analysis by Peter Ungar of the University of
>>>> Arkansas has revealed that the first members of Homo
>>>> had much sharper teeth than their most likely immediate
>>>> ancestor, Australopithecus afarensis, the species that
>>>> produced the famous fossil Lucy.
>>>> Eating meat requires teeth adapted more to cutting than
>>>> to grinding. The ability to cut is determined by the
>>>> slope of the cusps, or crests. "Steeper crests mean the
>>>> ability to consume tougher foods," Ungar says. He has
>>>> found that the crests of teeth from early Homo
>>>> skeletons are steeper than those of gorillas, which
>>>> consume foods as tough as leaves and stems, but not meat.
>>>> But the crests of teeth from A. afarensis are not only
>>>> shallower than those of early Homo, they are also
>>>> shallower than those of chimpanzees, which consume
>>>> mostly soft foods such as ripe fruit, and almost no meat.
>>>> "Ungar shows that early Homo had teeth adapted to
>>>> tougher food than A. afarensis or [chimpanzees]. The
>>>> obvious candidate is meat," says anthropologist Richard
>>>> Wrangham of Harvard University.
>>>> http://www.newscientist.com/channel/being-human/human-evolution/dn412...
>>> 10 reasons
>> Blow it out your ass, dweeb.
>>
>> And you don't know fuck-all about boxing, you stupid
>> pretentious twat.
>
>
> Laughing,

Everyone is laughing at you, you pretentious twat. You
don't know fuck-all about boxing, but you run your
stupid drooling mouth about it. Why don't you shut the
fuck up?

Ronald 'More-More' Moshki
2008-01-26 14:45:11 EST
On Jan 26, 12:51 pm, Rudy Canoza <pi...@thedismalscience.net> wrote:
> Ronald 'More-More' Moshki wrote:
> > On Jan 26, 1:22 am, Rudy Canoza <pi...@thedismalscience.net> wrote:
> >> Ronald 'More-More' Moshki wrote:
> >>> On Jan 23, 4:38 pm, Rudy Canoza <pi...@thedismalscience.net> wrote:
> >>>> Humans evolved beyond their vegetarian roots and became
> >>>> meat-eaters at the dawn of the genus Homo, around 2.5
> >>>> million years ago, according to a study of our
> >>>> ancestors' teeth.
> >>>> In 1999, researchers found cut marks on animal bones
> >>>> dated at around 2.5 million years old. But no one could
> >>>> be sure that they were made by meat-eating hominids,
> >>>> because none appeared to have suitable teeth.
> >>>> Now an analysis by Peter Ungar of the University of
> >>>> Arkansas has revealed that the first members of Homo
> >>>> had much sharper teeth than their most likely immediate
> >>>> ancestor, Australopithecus afarensis, the species that
> >>>> produced the famous fossil Lucy.
> >>>> Eating meat requires teeth adapted more to cutting than
> >>>> to grinding. The ability to cut is determined by the
> >>>> slope of the cusps, or crests. "Steeper crests mean the
> >>>> ability to consume tougher foods," Ungar says. He has
> >>>> found that the crests of teeth from early Homo
> >>>> skeletons are steeper than those of gorillas, which
> >>>> consume foods as tough as leaves and stems, but not meat.
> >>>> But the crests of teeth from A. afarensis are not only
> >>>> shallower than those of early Homo, they are also
> >>>> shallower than those of chimpanzees, which consume
> >>>> mostly soft foods such as ripe fruit, and almost no meat.
> >>>> "Ungar shows that early Homo had teeth adapted to
> >>>> tougher food than A. afarensis or [chimpanzees]. The
> >>>> obvious candidate is meat," says anthropologist Richard
> >>>> Wrangham of Harvard University.
> >>>>http://www.newscientist.com/channel/being-human/human-evolution/dn412...
> >>> 10 reasons
> >> Blow it out your ass, dweeb.
>
> >> And you don't know fuck-all about boxing, you stupid
> >> pretentious twat.
>
> > Laughing,
>
> Everyone is laughing at you, you pretentious twat.  You
> don't know fuck-all about boxing, but you run your
> stupid drooling mouth about it.  Why don't you shut the
> fuck up?- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -


Because you are filth, Rudi. You're the equivalent of an MS-13
murderer or a Moslem terrorist. Someone has to point that out
to the pee-pull, in and of the world. Of the world, Rudi.

You think about that, Rudi Joooliani, Jr.


Rudy Canoza
2008-01-26 17:00:47 EST
Ronald 'More-More' Moshki wrote:
> On Jan 26, 12:51 pm, Rudy Canoza <pi...@thedismalscience.net> wrote:
>> Ronald 'More-More' Moshki wrote:
>>> On Jan 26, 1:22 am, Rudy Canoza <pi...@thedismalscience.net> wrote:
>>>> Ronald 'More-More' Moshki wrote:
>>>>> On Jan 23, 4:38 pm, Rudy Canoza <pi...@thedismalscience.net> wrote:
>>>>>> Humans evolved beyond their vegetarian roots and became
>>>>>> meat-eaters at the dawn of the genus Homo, around 2.5
>>>>>> million years ago, according to a study of our
>>>>>> ancestors' teeth.
>>>>>> In 1999, researchers found cut marks on animal bones
>>>>>> dated at around 2.5 million years old. But no one could
>>>>>> be sure that they were made by meat-eating hominids,
>>>>>> because none appeared to have suitable teeth.
>>>>>> Now an analysis by Peter Ungar of the University of
>>>>>> Arkansas has revealed that the first members of Homo
>>>>>> had much sharper teeth than their most likely immediate
>>>>>> ancestor, Australopithecus afarensis, the species that
>>>>>> produced the famous fossil Lucy.
>>>>>> Eating meat requires teeth adapted more to cutting than
>>>>>> to grinding. The ability to cut is determined by the
>>>>>> slope of the cusps, or crests. "Steeper crests mean the
>>>>>> ability to consume tougher foods," Ungar says. He has
>>>>>> found that the crests of teeth from early Homo
>>>>>> skeletons are steeper than those of gorillas, which
>>>>>> consume foods as tough as leaves and stems, but not meat.
>>>>>> But the crests of teeth from A. afarensis are not only
>>>>>> shallower than those of early Homo, they are also
>>>>>> shallower than those of chimpanzees, which consume
>>>>>> mostly soft foods such as ripe fruit, and almost no meat.
>>>>>> "Ungar shows that early Homo had teeth adapted to
>>>>>> tougher food than A. afarensis or [chimpanzees]. The
>>>>>> obvious candidate is meat," says anthropologist Richard
>>>>>> Wrangham of Harvard University.
>>>>>> http://www.newscientist.com/channel/being-human/human-evolution/dn412...
>>>>> 10 reasons
>>>> Blow it out your ass, dweeb.
>>>> And you don't know fuck-all about boxing, you stupid
>>>> pretentious twat.
>>> Laughing,
>> Everyone is laughing at you, you pretentious twat. You
>> don't know fuck-all about boxing, but you run your
>> stupid drooling mouth about it. Why don't you shut the
>> fuck up?
>
>
> Because you are filth

No, you stupid little sniveling prick. The reason you
won't shut the fuck up is because you're a stupid
little cocksucking shitbag. Your pimply florid face
appears under the word "filth" in the dictionary.

Just shut the fuck up. You don't have a thing to say.
And you don't know fuck-all about boxing.
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