(urth) paleolithic, dendritic, and predendritic cultures
marcaramini at yahoo.com
Wed Apr 3 16:10:05 PDT 2013
Of course it is. Lots of ways. So my book end summation is a mature maggot sits in jail and pretends to be a man replaced by a half tree aborigine. Sounds like cliffs at its finest.
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On Apr 3, 2013, at 3:56 PM, Jerry Friedman <jerry_friedman at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I took that to mean that their culture is based on trees (and wood and vines?) rather than stone.
> Jerry Friedman
> From: Marc Aramini <marcaramini at yahoo.com>
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> Subject: (urth) paleolithic, dendritic, and predendritic cultures
> In an interview, Marsch claims that aboriginal culture is not paleolithic (first stone tools appearing) but rather the preceding stage, dendritic, or even predendritic.
> Well, there is no dendritic stage. It is a branching of neurons, and in particular, branching like a tree. It means of a branching form, arborescent.
> Some anthropologist Marsch is.
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