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Macronomics Intro - Hunters Gathers Kennewick 6 9,500 years...

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1 Hunters & Gathers Nile River Red Sea Andaman Islands Meadowcroft 19,000-12,000 years ago Kennewick 9,500 years ago Spirit Cave 9,500-9,400 years ago Monte Verde 14,800 years ago Niah Cave 40,000 years ago Qafzeh 100,000 years ago Lake Mungo 45,000 years ago Malakunanja 50,000 years ago Omo Kibish Oldest modern human 195,000 years ago Pestera cu Oase 35,000 years ago Yana River 30,000 years ago Zhoukoudian (Shandingdong) 11,000 years ago Minatogawa 18,000 years ago Clovis 13,500 years ago Klasies River Mouth 120,000 years ago E Q U A T O R 40,000-30,000 years ago 20,000-15,000 years ago 50,000 years ago 15,000-12,000 years ago 200,000 years ago 70,000-50,000 years ago 40,000 years ago AUSTRALIA ASIA AFRICA EUROPE NORTH AMERICA SOUTH AMERICA 1 2 3 4 5 6 Migration date Generalized route Human Migration Fossil or artifact site 40,000 years ago t t . t .
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2 How did man evolve beyond other species? Fire Communication Cooking
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3 IDEALLY — Food Should Be: Nutritious, Delicious, Safe PHYSIOLOGICALLY — Food Can Be For: Nutrition Body mass Vitamins Energy Metabolism Food —What, Where & Why Food can be viewed from many perspectives Most basic I suppose would be to just consider it — FUEL In which case, it ± s just a bunch of molecules that our body needs to stay alive So, a food chemist might just look at all the components CHEMICALLY —Foods Are: Major Components Water Protein Carbohydrate Fat Minor Components
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4 PHYSIOLOGICALLY — Food Can Be For: Nutrition body mass vitamins, energy metabolism Satiety hunger thirst ± Your mother warned me you ² d start complaining about your food. ³ IDEALLY — Food Should Be: Nutritious, wholesome, safe Sensory appealing CULTURALLY — Food Can Be: A cultural statement Different Serving Styles American Chinese Food Chinese Food
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5 Chop Sticks While the precise origins of chopsticks are unknown (the first chopsticks may have been twigs used to spear a roast cooked over an open fire) they were definitely in use by the Shang dynasty (1766 BC - 1122 BC). Confucius ( 551 to 479 B.C) equated knives with acts of aggression, which went against his non-violent teachings. His influence is credited with the widespread adoption of chopsticks throughout China; scholarship had triumphed over the warrior lifestyle.
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