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

[npr.org]

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Awesome find

bobwjr Level 9 Aug 1, 2019
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So cool what is coming to light lately!

EyesThatSmile Level 8 Aug 1, 2019
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"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
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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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