Curiosity Daily Podcast: Songs in Tonal Languages (w/ James Kirby) and Neanderthal DNA in Human Chromosomes
Learn how researchers found ancient Neanderthal DNA in human chromosomes. Plus, linguist James Kirby will answer a question about how musicians write songs in tonal languages.
Episode Show Notes:
In this podcast, Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer discuss the following story from Curiosity.com about how genetecists found Neanderthal DNA in the dark centers of human chromosomes: https://curiosity.im/2xF98kI
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