The Day we Learned to Think

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History Documentary hosted by John Shrapnel and published by BBC broadcasted as part of BBC Horizon series in 2003 - English narration

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Understanding of humans' earliest past often comes from studying fossils. They tell us much of what we know about the people who lived before us. There is one thing fossils cannot tell us; at what point did we stop living day-to-day and start to think symbolically, to represent ideas about our environment and how we could change it? At a dig in South Africa the discovery of a small piece of ochre pigment, 70,000 years old, has raised some very interesting questions.

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  • Video Codec: DivX 5
  • Video Bitrate: 1195 kb/s
  • Video Resolution: 720 x 464
  • Audio Codec: MP3
  • Audio BitRate: 160 kb/s
  • Audio Languages English
  • Subtitles: None
  • RunTime Per Part: 46 min
  • Part Size: 450MB

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