Re: Waking up covered in dew

Richard Foy (
Thu, 15 Aug 1996 20:38:16 GMT

In article <>,
Paul Crowley <> wrote:
>In article <>
> "Mark Brian Muller" writes:
>Clothing/blankets would have become important "possessions" of
>the hominid society, to be transported whenever the group moved.
>Females, infants and young would have needed them, so a cohesive,
>responsible, caring, almost certainly monogamous, society is
>required. The ownership of blankets implies other possessions
>as well. All this is fine for Hss, but questionable earlier.
>All in all, I think that there has to be a "gap". I put it at
>millions of years, but it could hardly have been less than many
>hundreds of thousands of years.

I agree with mnost of this, but why does is it "almost certainly

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