Thursday, January 12, 2006

So it seems that our ancestors were once hunted by birds. Fascinating. I guess I'll have to cross 'kicking at pigeons' off my list of acceptable pastimes, 'cause their revenge would be a bitch.

Favorite quote:
Berger concluded man's ancestors had to survive not just being hunted from the ground, but from the air. Such discoveries are "key to understanding why we humans today view the world they way we do," he said.
We view the world the way we do because birds used to rip open our skulls? Huh. I just thought I was keeping a vigilant eye on the sky to avoid their droppings.