Ancient Human History More Complex Than Previously Thought, Researchers Say
Relationships between the ancestors of modern humans and other archaic populations such as Neanderthals and Denisovans were likely more complex than previously thought, involving interbreeding within and outside Africa, according to a new estimator developed by geneticists.
The Prehistoric Feast of the Cannibals of Gough’s Cave
A new study that examined cut marks on bones in
order to distinguish between cannibalism and ritualistic defleshing practices
have determined that a very morbid feast took place 15,000 years ago in Gough’s
Cave near Bristol in England. The researchers wanted to find out whether the
butchered remains of adults and children were the result of a funerary ritual,
human violence, or a desperate attempt to survive hard times.
i love wearing oversized sweaters and being shapeless. like, do i have a super hot body underneath? the answer is yes, because all bodies are hot. moral of the story is that all bodies are nice ones, and oversized sweaters are also nice.
Stiles: We shouldn’t have come. I knew it. We shouldn’t have come. Scott: We had to. There’s safety in numbers. Stiles: Well, there’s also death in numbers, Scott–it’s called massacre. A bloodbath. Carnage. Slaughter. Butchery. Wow.