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Author Topic:   Need skull photos--basal view
Andya Primanda
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Message 1 of 13 (14489)
07-30-2002 6:26 AM


Anybody know where I can find hominid skull photos, basal view? I am doing a small research on foramen magnum positions in hominids. Most pics on the internet provides only lateral & frontal view of skulls.

plz reply ASAP!!


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John
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Message 2 of 13 (14496)
07-30-2002 11:19 AM
Reply to: Message 1 by Andya Primanda
07-30-2002 6:26 AM


quote:
Originally posted by Andya Primanda:
Anybody know where I can find hominid skull photos, basal view? I am doing a small research on foramen magnum positions in hominids. Most pics on the internet provides only lateral & frontal view of skulls.

plz reply ASAP!!


Got some skeletons in my closet I can photograph for ya.....

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www.hells-handmaiden.com


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Andya Primanda
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Message 3 of 13 (14532)
07-30-2002 9:56 PM
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07-30-2002 11:19 AM


great... you got australopihecine skulls piled up there? then I'll need their pics from below.
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John
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Message 4 of 13 (14535)
07-30-2002 10:09 PM
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07-30-2002 9:56 PM


quote:
Originally posted by Andya Primanda:
great... you got australopihecine skulls piled up there? then I'll need their pics from below.

Nope.... just the neighbors...

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www.hells-handmaiden.com


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R. Planet
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Message 5 of 13 (14547)
07-31-2002 3:34 AM
Reply to: Message 1 by Andya Primanda
07-30-2002 6:26 AM


Try this:
http://origins.swau.edu/papers/man/hominid/default.html
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Message 6 of 13 (14564)
07-31-2002 10:12 AM
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07-31-2002 3:34 AM


Great info! There's one bad link in the article, the one to the dorsal view. It references "Backview.jpg", and it should actually be all lowercase, "backview.jpg".

--Percy


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Andya Primanda
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Message 7 of 13 (14575)
07-31-2002 12:33 PM
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07-31-2002 3:34 AM


thanks for the link!
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Andya Primanda
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Message 8 of 13 (14576)
07-31-2002 12:38 PM
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07-31-2002 3:34 AM


btw the article's actually from a creationist who's ready to admit that hominid fossils are actual transitional forms! Surprise, surprise! However, his explanation is strange, though, he consider them as results of paleo-perverts making babies with apes...
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Andor
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Message 9 of 13 (14577)
07-31-2002 1:09 PM


Try these Quick Time views:

http://www.mnh.si.edu/anthro/humanorigins/ha/qt/qtvr.html


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Andya Primanda
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Message 10 of 13 (14612)
08-01-2002 12:31 AM
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07-31-2002 1:09 PM


Sorry, Andor. I don't find foramen magnum positions there. The skulls just rotate on one axis--no basal view there.
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Paul_in_Cyprus
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Message 11 of 13 (31727)
02-08-2003 6:38 AM


btw the article's actually from a creationist who's ready to admit that hominid fossils are actual transitional forms! Surprise, surprise! However, his explanation is strange, though, he consider them as results of paleo-perverts making babies with apes...

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A fasinating theory. Dr Lee Spetner also wrote the book Not by Chance.
A logical discussion about mutations and maths.


  
Paul_in_Cyprus
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Message 12 of 13 (31728)
02-08-2003 6:41 AM


If the theory of evolution was not present then what would these transilitional fossils be? Variation? Mutations? or breeding between to different speices?
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Message 13 of 13 (31739)
02-08-2003 1:15 PM
Reply to: Message 12 by Paul_in_Cyprus
02-08-2003 6:41 AM


I am beginning to get *very* leary and weary when not wary of the whole "transitional" form (fossil or not) thing. I NEVER had a problem with feeling that i had to *buy* into the whole "chain-of-being-"thing when thinking of Kant's notion of the ass with or Without Darwin's wedge taxonomy etc etc. Since the Chinese had thought of chains of transitable organics before its philosophy matured to the present day and given that this philosophical difference was not solved OR realized when I went to Cornell in the 80s and continues beyond the millenium bug not as the insect it was but some labeling on me having gotton as far as not knowing whether I, BSM, enter this "Flow" at discovery or search... I can not but *think* that this is just the St.Hilliare invocation of the "platypus" for any organic nature expressed by a human. Call me a fossil or a dinosaur but I just dont see what all the hypela is all about. There IS something of this "type".

Look if ants can decieve humans maybe aliens crawled into the soft parts of Cambrain invertebrates and the Raliens are correct. I think this is Speilberg but where am I allowed to park? no ware... Apparently my truck is only allowed to sit on the crack between two fossil reconstructions. I give up.


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