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At 8:43pm on December 26, 2011, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…

Dear PaleoAnthroEvo, I'm the inactive Professors of Memology group with you.

Please note my blog, "Poo Fools (us all)," is a defense of memetics. I'd be happy to have your input, or even a "like", from a fellow memetics enthusiast.

Thanks for your attention.

At 1:13pm on December 15, 2011, alexa penzner said…

hi PEÄ - i'd love to read more - i find it so perplexing how this evolutionary line developed.

so send to:  feralblue@gmail.com

and thanks so much for the info. . .  

hope you are having a great time during festival of lights/solstice time,     alexa :]

At 12:06pm on November 14, 2011, alexa penzner said…

hi PEÄ  - [pronounced pay'-ah - writing out your whole handle looked silly to me and just pea as in the veg was ridiculous, so i made this up instead :]

i really don't understand the link between felines and the hyena.  how did they figure this out? with or without DNA? through fossil data? bone structure? it's not apparent. . . and it does not say anything in the wikipedia article, which i'd already read.  i can't find anything on-line - maybe not using the right search words.  is there any way to find out?  thanks so much - you are a font of knowledge :]

At 7:46pm on November 8, 2011, Apxeo said…

I didn't think what you were saying was that hard to understand, but apparently it was for some ;)    

At 1:05am on November 7, 2011, alexa penzner said…
somewhere you wrote that hyenas are more related to felines than canines. can you let me know where this info is? it doesn't make sense to me at all. thanks - alexa :]
At 5:23am on October 30, 2011, Jonah Coronado said…

Hi, hope everything is ok, have a good weekend, take care now.

 

JONAH

At 5:04pm on October 16, 2011, Jonah Coronado said…
Yeah it's a shame that we live in FT HOOD, TX(US ARMY) and that my wife can't attend a good university that is secular, the only option she has is a junior college. The only two schools around here is UMHB and Baylor and they both are religious affiliated, so she is force to choose a degree she somewhat like at the Junior college(Temple College). What university are you in?
At 4:56pm on October 16, 2011, Jonah Coronado said…
Ohh ok thanks a lot for the info.
At 4:22pm on October 16, 2011, Jonah Coronado said…
Question?  Where do Atheist go to gather in TX, or what is there to do in TX for an Atheist. Are conventions held regularly in TX. Thanks for the info.
At 3:58pm on October 16, 2011, Jonah Coronado said…
Hey thanks for the add and the pic comment and thanks for checking my page up. Yeah moved to Texas last year and it has been a new experience for me. I used to live in Oregon were Atheist is not a abomination lol, here in TX i say i am a Atheist and they get a puzzle look in there face lol. Well take care now.
At 1:24pm on October 15, 2011, Jedi Wanderer said…
Great response! Yeah you answered my question very well, better than I had expected. But I had thought pigs and elephants were so closely related! Just looking at them, an elephant looks like a giant pig with a longer nose, and that's about it. They both have the same kind of snoutish end to their noses, they both need to bathe in mud because they don't sweat, they both have tusks, and from what I heard elephants also have two kinds of meat. Correct me if I'm wrong.

I can definitely see camels, giraffes, deer, cattle, and goats all being very closely related (horses in there too?), but pigs don't quite seem to fit the mold. But anyway, I guess I had heard wrong, so thanks for the clarification. And glad to meet you!
At 12:13pm on October 15, 2011, Jedi Wanderer said…
Hey, quick question for you - are elephants closely related to pigs?
At 10:33am on October 15, 2011, Aaron Wiitanen said…
Some funny pics u got there.. Liked the t Rex chicken, then I saw the fuckin boat (arc) one and just about died laughing.
At 7:28pm on October 12, 2011, Rich said…
Thanks for the add.
At 9:20am on October 11, 2011, Joseph P said…
I came up with several questions, but they were mostly snarky, loaded questions about his dealings with Creationists. I figured I'd let the people with the real questions get theirs in.
Well, and I was kind of hoping for a Creationist to get in the question line, but I guess that's too much to hope for. Despite being in North Carolina, the Triangle is a very liberal, well-educated area. I'm sure we've got plenty of Creationists floating about, but they're not the organized, agenda-pushing sort that I'm sure you have in abundance, in Texas.
At 8:42am on October 11, 2011, Steph S. said…
I would love to read your blog about the convention.
At 7:19am on October 11, 2011, Brent Feeney said…
My pleasure! Hope you have a great week and that we can chat soon.
At 11:12pm on October 10, 2011, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…

Welcome, Rachel! Glad you could join us. :D

Please consider joining a group to meet people and talk about anything that's on your mind, Hang With Friends.

At 11:10pm on October 10, 2011, Joseph P said…

Yeah, I can see some of that from the photos.  Dawkins in there, too.  I got to meet him when he came to Duke for his latest round of book tours for The Greatest Show on Earth.

 

I need to get around a bit more.  I've been out of state plenty of times, recently, but never doing anything that I actually wanted to do.

At 6:55pm on October 10, 2011, Joseph P said…

Ohhhhhhhh, Garland is over near Dallas.

 

I first saw 'University of North Texas', and I thought Amarillo or Lubbock.  I was going to say something along the lines of, "You poor, poor girl," before I got that sorted out.

 

You got to pose with PZ.  No fair.  ;_;

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