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Throwing overhand is completely natural. Doing so 100+ times in a row, as hard as possible, over and over, not so much.
To me it seems man's highly developed social skills probably made the biggest difference. Being able to assign duties like guarding the pass or watching the womenfolk, or sending a messenger were probably infinitely more important.
It also might have something to do with the extinction of neanderthals, if they didnt have the same.
They did. Again, upright posture and the ability to throw objects arose long before humanity. We're talking about Australopithecenes here.
well how long do you think social networking existed? Apes and chimps have social orders.
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