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Stone indicates earlier 'human' behavior
Washinton Times ^
Posted on 01/11/2002 5:57:37 AM PST by JediGirl
Edited on 07/12/2004 3:50:33 PM PDT by Jim Robinson.
Pieces of crafted ochre, a stone used for carving and for making pigment powder, have been uncovered from the floor of a seaside cave in South Africa. Researchers believe the markings indicate that people living there in ancient times were practicing "modern behavior."
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posted on 01/11/2002 5:57:37 AM PST
posted on 01/11/2002 5:58:09 AM PST
Pieces of buffalo chicken wings, a June Issue of Playboy, and a crayon used for drawing and for covering up a burn in the sofa, have been uncovered from the floor of my house in Hudson, Mass. Girlfriends believe the untidiness indicate that guy living there during the Holiday Season was practicing "modern behavior." The find pushes back by more than 35,000 minutes the earliest time when (I) was known to have used a vaccuum cleaner, said Christopher S. Henshilwood, first author of a study that appears today on Sciencexpress, the online version of the journal Science.
posted on 01/11/2002 6:24:19 AM PST
Well, either that or it's an early draft of a blast-fax from the DNC. Any scribblings that can be translated as "tax break for the rich"?
To: chookter;Ada Coddington
Thanks for the bump chookter.
posted on 01/11/2002 7:44:27 AM PST
My lucky rock! Where did you find it?
posted on 01/11/2002 4:09:45 PM PST
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