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Ancient Bones And Teeth Found In A Philippine Cave May Rewrite Human History


KevinSomething 7 July 31
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Awesome find

bobwjr Level 9 Aug 1, 2019

So cool what is coming to light lately!


"Species are fluid entities, which makes them highly malleable, subject to change," he says.

The story is opening up bigtime.

brentan Level 8 July 31, 2019

Assinine clickbait title aside, a sign of the times, interesting find. We live in a golden age of such discoveries, curious to see if we will ever make sense of it all. I suspect until underwater archeology is far beyond where we are today, we won't ever get a full picture. Because migrating humans would have preferentially stuck to coastlines, and they are all underwater because we live in an interglacial period.

Druvius Level 7 July 31, 2019

I've just read a fascinating book about that called "The Edge of Memory"

@Allamanda Looks interesting, unfortunately my local libraries don't have it. One of the few downsides to living in rural Iowa.

@Druvius actually it is a bit slow - the ideas are interesting and I think valid but there are only basically 3 in the book, with a lot of supporting evidence. I got it on Amazon for under $10

@Druvius Ask your library to requisition it from the system . Another library may have it and be willing to loan it through your library ,

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