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A picking description might gross out the paranthropines, but thumbing noses (even if they had noses to thumb) could have provoked the paranthropines to dangerous assaults. Reconsider (and, yes, seriously if that’s possible) about what we’re debating when it comes to Darwinian explanations: we have to offer situations that are straight highly relevant to reproductive success. If picking one’s nasal area, or hitchhiking, or thumbing at wild hominids are true aspects of behavior even, even if very satisfying, they are not obviously linked to reproductive success.
In considering this we’d momentarily considered if the dextrous hands were designed for holding broad leaves to use when blowing one’s nasal area. But it’s not clear, given the nature of Australopithecine noses, that that would not be just an uncontrollable clutter. So we dropped such nose-related explanations. And we suggest that occam do the same. Compare that to our explanation, and unless one wants some actual evidence that has appear epistemology about it really, our original description, linked with reproductive success immediately, is the clear winner.
If one admits that there really isn’t serious data which to construct a story, well, we should acknowledge it openly. And, indeed, keep in mind that no matter how squeamish (or puritanical) you might be, real life of animals involves many squeamish things and there’s no reason they cannot make a difference in Nature’s cold and incredibly un-squeamish, judgments.