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The fact that Homo sapiens migrated out of
Africa 40,000 years ago, and promptly wiped
out directly or indirectly 3/4 of the large
mammals on each continent, including all
other forms of man, is an ancient crime that
most of us didnt even know we committed.
Cracking Neanderthal DNA!
Newsweek devoted a full page to the July 2006 announcement by the Max Planck Institute of a
project to sequence the Neanderthal genome.
Now, the results are in!
Cracking the Neanderthal genome is an event that will reverborate in the history of science.
By comparing their genetic sequence to ours, we will learn a lot about the brain and complex
behavior (such as walking and language).
A victory of technology, a new DNA sequencing technology has made 45,000-year old bones
Soon public interest in Neanderthal will leap.
A public relations explosion will seize the media as results of the project to map the Neanderthal
genome are digested.
The script is getting great reviews!
Independent Filmmakers Alliance coverage:
There are some highly original ideas at work here ...
American Screenwriters Association coverage:
This is an original sci fi thriller set in the youthful world of dorm rooms and college
pubs. The idea of Neanderthals secretly living amongst humans or "sapes" and plotting total
annihilation is intriguing and very high concept. Males will like the action and sci fi
storyline while female audiences will like the strong female character and romance
The writer cleverly utilizes a familiar setting, college life, but from an unfamiliar
perspective, giving the story an edgy feel. Nicely done!
This should lure a wide audience and is very high concept. It's like
PLANET OF THE APES meets MEN IN BLACK with a little ENCINO MAN thrown in
on a college campus setting.
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