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Atlantis_device
- user joined since February 7, 2006
192 questions asked by this user
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What is a good book to learn pub quiz trivia?
In trivia, pub, quiz - asked by Atlantis_device - 2 answers - 11 years ago
When did the first Kebab shop open in the UK?
In history, food, kebab - asked by Atlantis_device - 2 answers - 11 years ago
What completely electric cars can you buy in the UK?
In car, electric, transport - asked by Atlantis_device - 2 answers - 11 years ago
What is the most widely owned book of fiction in britain?
In UK, reading, fiction - asked by Atlantis_device - 1 answer - 11 years ago
What is the biggest ever fish caught by a person with a line?
In fishing, record, history - asked by Atlantis_device - 1 answer - 11 years ago

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It depends how formal you are trying to be. Both forms are OK - but putting the Dr. in is a bit unnecesarry?


Go To Question - asked by Atlantis_device - 0 replies - 11 years ago

I thought she was actually the godess of love, music and beauty? Also the god of women


Go To Question - asked by Atlantis_device - 0 replies - 11 years ago

http://iq.lycos.co.uk/qa/show/1465/Why+are+most+men+obessed+with+football%3F/

There is an answer to a similar question here.


Go To Question - asked by Atlantis_device - 0 replies - 11 years ago

Early humans were certainly scavengers - the earliest may not have really even been eager hunters, just using it as a separate way to get some more nutrition. However, scavenging was from lots of animals other than wolves who have different social organisation - not necessarily in packs.

Unfortunatley the theory that humans and dogs could have 'co-evolved' is untenable: the earliest evidence for domestic dogs is the mesolithic, which in Europe was between the end of the last ice age (c. 14 000 Years before present) and the beginnings of the Early Neolithic (c. 8000 Years before present in the near East). Modern Homo Sapiens are believed to have been anotomically and physiologically modern by the upper Palaeolithic when things like art and composite tools start appearing. This is earlier, around 30 000- 40 000 years before present.

So humans came first, domestic dogs later.

Co-operative behaviours could have developed in a number of ways associated with the nature of environments, the fact that human babies need to be protected and it is better off for the survival of a community if individuals work for the collective good.


Go To Question - asked by Atlantis_device - 0 replies - 11 years ago

And to add, the differently oriented blades of grass have different reflective qualities - one side is 'glossier' and one side is 'matter' which means that the reflect light in different kinds of ways so whilst it is caused by the mower pushing the leaves the actual explanation for the different appearances is due to a bit of physics!


Go To Question - asked by Atlantis_device - 0 replies - 11 years ago