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CHASING ORGASM Roland J. Ruttledge
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HUMAN CELL - ANTHROPOLOGY many thanks +Science  #anthropology   #humancell   #biology  
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+MALU WIDA true, thank you. Goodnight xx
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GINGER GORGEOUS - SEXY WOMAN many thanks +Terence Towles Canote  #sexywoman   #ginger   #sexy  
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+CHASING ORGASM Roland J. Ruttledge have a happy Sunday too my friend :))
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St ALBANS 'ROMAN MOSAIC' - ANTHROPOLOGY many thanks +Current Archaeology  #anthropology   #StAlbans   #RomanMosaic  
 
1,800-year-old Roman mosaic has gone on public display in St Albans - on view until 12 August: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-36922827
A priceless Roman mosaic is set to go on public view for only the second time since it was discovered 80 years ago.
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FEMALE ORGASM AND THE CLITORIS - ANTHROPOLOGY many thanks +Corina Marinescu +Dr. Cassone  #anthropology   #orgasm   #femaleorgasm   #clitoris  
 
New theory suggests female orgasms are an evolutionary leftover
The human body is a mysterious little organism. Why do men have nipples? What’s the deal with pinky toes? And does the female orgasm serve a purpose other than pleasure?

Surveys suggest only one-third of women are regularly fully aroused during intercourse. And although poor partner performance, psychological issues, or physiological shortfalls are often cited as the reason, two evolutionary biologists now offer a provocative new explanation.

In a paper they argue that female orgasm is an evolutionary holdover from an ancient system, seen in some other mammals, in which intercourse stimulated important hormonal surges that drive ovulation.

Humans and other primates don’t need intercourse to trigger ovulation—they evolved to a point where it happens on its own—but the hormonal changes accompanying intercourse persist and fuel the orgasms that make sex more enjoyable, the biologists hypothesize. And because those hormonal surges no longer confer a biological advantage, orgasms during intercourse may be lost in some women.

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http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jez.b.22690/abstract

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http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2016/08/new-theory-suggests-female-orgasms-are-evolutionary-leftover

  #research   #ovulation   #orgasm   #reproduction   #evolution  
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THE GRISTHORPE MAN - ANTHROPOLOGY many thanks +Ancient Origins  #anthropology   #gristhorpeman  
 
On the July 10, 1834, William Beswick excavated a barrow on his land in Gristhorpe, North Yorkshire, England. What he found gave him quite the surprise. Beswick discovered a coffin in the shape of a scooped-out oak tree. Inside the coffin was something special - the skeleton of a Bronze Age man, known today as the Gristhorpe Man.
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On the July 10, 1834, William Beswick excavated a barrow on his land in Gristhorpe, North Yorkshire, England. What he found gave him quite the surprise. Beswick discovered a coffin in the shape of a s
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FEMALE CAVE PAINTERS - LOVE PAINTINGS many thanks +Ancient Origins  #lovepaintings   #art   #caveart  
 
The first researchers of Paleolithic caves and sites related to the earliest humans said the people who left paintings and other pieces of early art were men. Due to this decision, people created an image for many decades of ancient society as basically constructed around men. However, it may be necessary to rethink this theory and perhaps rewrite the history books too. Were the earliest cave paintings created by women? What does modern research have to say about this theory?
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The first researchers of Paleolithic caves and sites related to the earliest humans called the people who left paintings and other pieces of early art “men.” Due to this decision, people c
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Hello +Martin Holmes thanks. Have a lovely week.
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STONEHENGE - ANTHROPOLOGY many thanks +Matt Hall  #anthropology   #stonehenge  
 
Remarkable new archaeological discoveries are beginning to suggest that Stonehenge was built at a time of particularly intense religious and political rivalry. Just two miles north-east of the World Heritage site, at an important archaeological complex known as Durrington Walls, archaeologists have just discovered what appears to have been a vast 500-metre diameter circle of giant timber posts. The find is of international significance.
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ANCIENT TOOLS IN JORDAN c250,000 many thanks +Matt Hall  #anthropology   #Jordan  
 
"How smart were human-like species of the Stone Age? New research reveals surprisingly sophisticated adaptations by early humans living 250,000 years ago in a former oasis near Azraq, Jordan".
How smart were human-like species of the Stone Age? New research reveals surprisingly sophisticated adaptations by early humans living 250,000 years ago in a former oasis near Azraq, Jordan.
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ITALIAN JADE AXE HEADS IN SCOTLAND - ANTHROPOLOGY many thanks +Archaeology Rocks!  #anthropology  #jade #axeheads   #Scotland  
 
Found in Scotland, these exquisite axeheads were made over 6,000 years ago, high in the Italian Alps. Now, thanks to a French-led project involving National Museums Scotland – Projet Jade – their fascinating story can be told.
Found in Scotland, these exquisite axeheads were made over 6,000 years ago, high in the Italian Alps. Now, thanks to a French-led project involving National Museums Scotland – Projet Jade – their fascinating story can be told.
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+Eikichi Onizuka thanks, good morning
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+Fragrance Dove thanks, you too
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DOMESDAY BOOK - ANTHROPOLOGY many thanks +Matt Hall  #anthropology   #domesdaybook  
 
"A guide to the Domesday Book, one of the most fascinating set of records from the Middle Ages."
A guide to the Domesday Book, one of the most fascinating set of records from the Middle Ages.
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Have been a fan of this development for many years. It will enhance not just the surrounding area but the whole City. Living opposite - a few early pictures. It will generate a lot of buzz.
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A family run vibrant and stimulating art gallery - "dedicated to showing a changing programme of high quality...up and coming British artists." Easy to find. Good parking.
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A wonderful shop with an excellent online service. Staffed by young, knowledgeable and enthusiastic guys. They're all brilliant skaters. My go-to place. Very central and easy to find - yards from the station.
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Very central and easy to find. A great florist offering a wonderful service. Friendly staff.
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The 'Canary Islands' come to Brighton. Carolina's shop, just opened and the first in the UK, is a delight. An enticing spread of jewellery, art, food and accessories. The ideal gift. Very central - where Stone St meets the top of Preston St.
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Under the arch by Brighton Station this is a great idea with wonderful exhibits. Quite small and a little expensive but if you like toys, especially trains, then this is the place for you. Excellent wheelchair access. Tourist information point. Friendly staff.
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