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    The evolution of bipedalism

    Just wondered what people thought of the "ground up kinetic " theory of the origins of bipedalism . Basically, what I am saying in this thread on Podiatry Arena (below) is that bipedalism was selected for because of the enormous forces that a biped can develop in a hand held object , by a leg driven , uncoiling action of the body .

    The evolution of bipedalism | Podiatry Arena › Forums › Misc › Podiatry Trivia

    Any thoughts ?
    Last edited by Gerrard Farrell; 11-26-2017 at 05:52 AM.

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