1. M

    Did Milk help the Indo-European expansion?

    We know that Paleolithic and Neolithic Western Europeans were lactose intolerant, as well as many Eastern Europeans who were not R1. But an study showed that among Yamnayas, for example, 94% were clearly milk drinkers. It's already well studied that the key to their success came from the...
  2. Anfänger

    The origins of domestic horses

    The origins and spread of domestic horses from the Western Eurasian steppes Abstract Domestication of horses fundamentally transformed long-range mobility and warfare1. However, modern domesticated breeds do not descend from the earliest domestic horse lineage associated with archaeological...
  3. Archetype0ne

    Climate change Heatwave turns already arid Kazakh steppe into mass grave for horses

    Graphic warning. Heatwave turns already arid Kazakh steppe into mass grave for horses[]
  4. Jovialis

    'Super Horses' With Edited DNA Could Be Real By 2019

    It will only be a matter of time before it's humans being edited. Ingenious way to eliminate rodents. It would be great if they did that to eradicate other pests, like cockroaches, bed bugs, and termites. But couldn't that lead to some unwanted consequences? As much as I hate pests, they do...