by Eugene Paslov

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September 22, 2012
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Art as the voice of our community

In June of last year I wrote about one of my favorite authors, Dr. Loren Eisley, a world-renowned anthropologist, scientist and a poet-storyteller. He made the world understandable to those of us who struggle with its complexities. Dr. Eisley related an incident (in his award-winning book, “Immense Journey”) about an anthropological finding he and his colleagues discovered on the east coast of Africa. Scattered across several miles were the remains of an ancient people. There were two unique features about these ancient humanoids. First, Eisley noted that the cranial capacity, in an otherwise normal, humanoid skeletal frame, was twice the …

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