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    • I'll try to keep this answer short.

    • The best time to learn is when one has a question. When a question is asked in class the answer will generally include materials that were scheduled for discussion at a later date. For example, you might ask about Neandertals the first week of class. The answer to that may seem long and "sidetracked" because part of the answer is part of the Neandertal lectures scheduled for Week 10 and Week 11. Then, when we get to the time originally scheduled for Neandertal, I skip over the materials covered when the question was originally asked in class. And so it goes that way. . . .

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