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Someone
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Time for Some Lighthearted Fare

Post by Someone » May 15th, 2012, 11:37 pm

We spend too much time on depressing topics here, arguing about the mundane... and we lose sight of the global perspective, LOL.

The following is an article in today's New York Times about a 37,000-year-old precursor to Playboy! New engravings have been discovered in France, which date back to 37,000 years ago.
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/05/15/scien ... l?src=recg

This is what a pretty woman looked like 37,000 years ago. Not much different from today's version... Food for thought!

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Researchers have discovered illustrations of female anatomy in a rock shelter in France that date back 37,000 years.

It is “the oldest evidence of any kind of graphic imagery,â€￾ said Randall White, an anthropologist at New York University and one of the researchers working on the project.






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Re: Time for Some Lighthearted Fare

Post by Jester » May 16th, 2012, 4:28 am

Someone wrote:We spend too much time on depressing topics here, arguing about the mundane... and we lose sight of the global perspective, LOL.

The following is an article in today's New York Times about a 37,000-year-old precursor to Playboy! New engravings have been discovered in France, which date back to 37,000 years ago.
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/05/15/scien ... l?src=recg

This is what a pretty woman looked like 37,000 years ago. Not much different from today's version... Food for thought!

Image

Researchers have discovered illustrations of female anatomy in a rock shelter in France that date back 37,000 years.

It is “the oldest evidence of any kind of graphic imagery,â€￾ said Randall White, an anthropologist at New York University and one of the researchers working on the project.


I was sure you were joking until I followed the link!!
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Jester
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Re: Time for Some Lighthearted Fare

Post by Jester » May 16th, 2012, 4:32 am

Jester wrote:
Someone wrote:
This is what a pretty woman looked like 37,000 years ago. Not much different from today's version... Food for thought!

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Researchers have discovered illustrations of female anatomy in a rock shelter in France that date back 37,000 years.





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