Living Like a Caveman (Updated)

image by Pascal via Flickr, Creative Commons

October 5, 2014

Cavemen.   Not Cro-Magnons or Neanderthals, but modern cavemen and women. They eat raw meat, run barefoot and practice throwing heavy stones.

  1. Arthur De Vany on Modern Cavemen

    Not all cavemen are in the past. The Modern Caveman Movement involves men in urban gyms, grunting and sprinting on all fours, lifting heavy stones, and running barefoot.

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  2. Paleofantasy - John Hawks

    When you think about something as specific as the Paleo Diet you kinda gotta ask yourself how someone today really knows what someone ate, say, 15,000 years ago.  So we thought, why not ask an expert? Say an anthropologist who is an expert on the subject?

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  3. Cavedigger

    Artist Ra Poulette is the subject of the 2014 Academy Award nominated documentary short called Cavedigger. 

    To see the trailer CLICK HERE.

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  4. Michelle Paver on "Chronicles of Ancient Darkness"

    Sir Ian McKellen is heard first, reading from the novel "Wolf Brother" by Michelle Paver. It's part of her "Chronicles of Ancient Darkness" series, set 6000 years ago.

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  5. Dangerous Idea: Don't Recycle!

    Ginger Strand’s dangerous idea on recycling. Or, rather, not recycling. She is a novelist famous for her novel Flight.

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  6. On Our Minds: David Mitchell

    Mitchell is a literary virtuoso, best known for his 2004 novel “Cloud Atlas.”  He’s famous for the intricate structure of his novels - which weave together multiple narrators, interconnected stories and even different genres  - all within the same book.  He’s done it again with “The Bone Clocks."

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