Homo Erectus

Homo Erectus was a bipedal hominid that lived about 1-2 million years ago. It is believed to be the first member of the genus Homo, which also includes modern humans.

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What are types of movement of protists?

Flagella, Cilia, Pseudo

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Were did homo erectus sleep?

Our evolutionary predecessor Homo Erectus sleeped in a hut and caves.

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What is a homo?

Homo is short for homosexual, or gay.

It means someone who is sexually attracted to the same sex.

The short form, homo, is considered derogatory and rude.

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What types of tools were used with traditional horse hair plaster over wood lathe How does one use these tools to make perfectly smooth walls?

I would assume a simple, but long wooden trowel similar to a mortar trowel, perhaps with some upturned skids at the end so overlapping strokes do not make unwanted marks in the plaster.

I have seen how Indonesian labourers apply cement rendering in Jakarta (live there) many many times- and they get perfectly smooth surfaces with minimal & rather primitive hand tools- so I'd assume the process is very much the same- for both internal and external walls. This has been a construction process here dating back at least 400 years according to one palace restoration foreman.

They 'throw' with moderate force large globules of the render onto the wall 20cm widths at a time, then smooth it immediately over with a mortar trowel- each throw overlapping the next. Once the labourers have roughly attached the render well, another worker with a long straight-edge plank screens over the wall to remove any bumps and detect unwanted dips.

The final labourer uses a string line attached flush with the upper-most )same plane) corner of the wall and uses this plumb line to carefully scrape off excess render as it is maybe 50%+ dry. Final touch up applications are made to the small air bubbles.

Summarily- it can be done- and superbly with simple hand tools- it just requires a lot of patience.

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Could Harpo Marx talk?

Yes, but Harp Marx was a softly spoken man. Since he didn't sound like the other brothers, they decided that in the act he would be silent.

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What did Homo erectus use for shelter?

They sometimes used caves as shelters, they often built shelters out of tree branches. With their chopping tools they hacked branches from young trees,

probably trimming off the twigs, and then they poked the branches

into the ground in rough circle, holding them in place by piling rocks

against them. The tops of the branches were probably bent and twisted together so that the finished hut was more or less teepee shaped. Yhe remains of such a hut has been found - the holes made by branches that were pushed into the ground, the rocks that were once piled against these branches, and a circle of stones in the center where a fire was probably kept burning. Despite them building these crude huts, they did not live together in villages, they were nomandic, and traveled around a lot. They would build these wherever the good feeding grounds / food sources took them.

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Why do so many men like innocent women?

becos they are look sexy and they are new package for people

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Why do sientist say that the peking man was nore intelligent and advanced than java man?

Why do sientist say that the peking man was nore intelligent and advanced than java man?

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What did homo erectus eat?

HOMO ERECTUSES DIET

The Homo erectus ate red meat from other animals, roots, berries, shellfis, honey, and bird eggs. They would kill an animal then eat that too. They would also chew on the bones. Homo erectus people would go to the lake or river if there was and drink water from there.

Homo erectuses were also the first one to make fire. So they could cook food, but they still could of ate uncooked meat.

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Did homo erectus live in caves?

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What was Homo erectus?

Homo erectus (meaning "upright man") is an extinct species of hominid that lived throughout most of the Pleistocene geological epoch. Its earliest fossil evidence dates to 1.9 million years ago and the most recent to 70,000 years ago.

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Planet Earth

How long ago did Earth form?

About 4.56 billion years ago. =D

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Human Origins
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What is the difference between homo sapien and neanderthal?

Modern man (homo sapiens) and neanderthal man (homo neanderthalensis) are closely related. They both belong to the genus homo, and the time periods in which the two species lived overlap. Neanderthals lived between 500,000 (ish) and 30,000 years ago, and modern humans first showed up around 200,000 years ago (modern in appearance, though not necessarily in behavior). DNA evidence even supports the idea that members of the two species inter-bred successfully! There are, however, differences: neanderthal humans had a more pronounced nose, and a slightly larger cranium (brain compartment) than modern humans. Both species made and used tools, however neanderthal tools were much more primitive. It is suggested that neanderthals were better adapted for a colder climate, which may have led to the eventual supremacy of modern humans as the planet warmed.

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What was the size of homo erectus community?

they live up to 2.33 to 4.33 millions

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What is the furthest that a human being has ever been from all other human beings?

Umm... the moon? Somewhere in space, I would imagine. Maybe Antarctica or somewhere in the desert if not space.

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The furthest any human being has been from other humans was obviously in outer space! In distances the furtherst measures to just about 238, 855 in miles (english) or 384, 400km (metric).

Hope this helped.

AnswerThe furthest away a single human being has ever been from any other human being are the pilots of the Apollo Command module on the various Apollo moon missions. When the other two astronauts where on the surface of the moon, the single man in the command module was up to 9,000 miles away from the closest human.
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Who were the first humans to inhabit the Philippines?

Anthropologists says that the first man who came in the Philippines are the Aetas from the neighboring continents. They managed to step into the Philippines soils through the ice bridges during the Ice Age. The second people are the Indones and the third one are the Malays.

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What are humans' closest relatives?

It is widely believed that chimpanzees are the closest living relative to humans, with them sharing 96% of the genetic coding we have and likely a common prehistoric ancestor. There has been recent speculation that orangutans may have more physical similarities to humans, but there has not been sufficient genetic research to back this up yet.
Gorillas and chimpanzees
Gorillas and chimpanzees
Chimpanzees are the closest living relative of humans. Chimps have the best similarities with human beings.They show such great abilities closely resembling human movements. Chimps also feature both physical and mental traits closely resembling Homo Erectus.
Genetically, the closest living relatives to genus Homo(humans) are in genus Pan (chimps and bonobos).
the closest animal to modern human is cro-magnon man whom of which was basically a smart monkey.
yes

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Archaeology
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How did the study of archaeology begin?

This is a good guide: http://pb-archaeology.blogspot.com/2008/04/how-did-archaeology-start-as-field-of.html

However archaeology as a "profession" began much later after an increased interest in the Victorian times.

It is only very recently that more and more rules are being put in place to protect artifacts of the past.

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History of Science
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What is the history of man's evolution?

It is the opinion of many that man did not evolve.

AnswerSee links for a good start. If you have some extra money send away for a genome kit and see what your genes tell you about your ancestry. Evolution is a body of accumulated knowledge and the theories that have been developed to explain that knowledge. It is a work in progress, and work is continually being done. The best approach is to remain open-minded about this knowledge, and also about other ways to explain the existence and diversity of life on earth. Study and think, and consider science to be a process that is sometimes messy and confusing. Science does not happen the way it may be presented in most texts, with all the facts, experiments and conclusions lined up neatly with review questions and class projects carefully outlined. It is human, dangerous and indispensible.
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What kind of tools does an astrobiologist use?

Well there aren't many tools exept the few robots to scan for DNA?CARBON life as well as non-DNA and Hydrogen oxide life.

We also have orbiters which moniter the planets in space looking for leaks on the surface in which many elements of Water, Silica, or Hydrogen may escape fueling life on mars or a newer planet of suspision Jupiter

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Which country do the Maori people originate from?

The Maori are the native people of New Zealand.

Maori come from New Zealand. The spiritual homeland for Maori is Hawaiiki. No one is really sure about where this place is but there are many theories of where it might be.

The Maori people are most certainly the "Tangata Whenua" or the native race of New Zealand.

There are Tangata Whenua/ Maori Iwi groups whose whakapapa indicate that they are native to Aotearoa. These same Tangata Whenua do not have any history of migrating from another place to this whenua. They have always been in Aotearoa.

The simple truth is though, no one has yet come up with any proof positive where Maori came from, so the consider themselves indigenous to New Zealand.

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What is The difference between hetero and homo?

Hetero and Homo are Latin words.

Hetero means different and homo means same

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The closest relative to modern humans?

According to scientists, the closest relative to modern humans is monkeys; since humans supposedly evolved from monkeys.

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What tools did homo erectus use to gather?

sticks

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What tools do you use for raccoon hunting?

You will need a bright light preferably a head or hat mountable light, a good dog, a knife, and an accurate firearm such as a scope mounted .22 or shotgun.JN

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