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Tuesday, September 25, 2007

On Retaining Primordial Instincts and Phobias in the Human Species

Human beings are still more attentive to movements of animals than to the movements of vehicles, despite the fact that vehicles now kill far more often. Phobias of particular animals, such as dogs, spiders, or snakes, are quite common, and phobias of inanimate things are much more rare. What does this suggest to researchers?
Here's the link:

Modern Humans Retain Caveman Instinct

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