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Cook and the Löwenmensch
Creating the myths of
the past The current series ‘Objects in focus’ from the British
Museum provides a good example of the need to consider epistemology. The
British Museum refers to the Hohlenstein-Stadel ‘figurine’ as the “Lion Man”. However,
the German ...
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On Chris Stringer’s Tsunami Theory
Periscope streamed a live question and answer with Chris
Stringer from the National History Museum over Twitter on 26 th June
this year [1] .
The full video can be watched here: https://blog.nhm.ac.uk/2017/06/26/06-the-neanderthal-within-us-nhm_live/ Frustr...
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Neoteny, Manipulation and Bipedalism
This is the abstract from an unpublished manuscript I wrote quite a while back (2015). The full article can be downloaded from Academia.edu https://www.academia.edu/31526740/Neoteny_Manipulation_and_Bipedalism Abstract: Although
there are many established h...
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Figure-stones at the Rijksmuseum
A good friend of mine alerted me that the Rijksmuseum now have a display of figure-stones from Fontmaure in the entrance hall. Whilst they are perhaps not all of the highest quality that I have observed from this particular occupation site (see my web site ...
Figure-stones at the Rijksmuseum
Figure-stones at the Rijksmuseum
pleistocenearchaeology.blogspot.com
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Reflectance Transformation Imaging - Update 2
Finally! The marbles arrived, sphere detection worked and I have created my first RTI.... Some snapshots Using the HSS Fitter with specular enhancement And then with the PTM algorithm.... Static Multi Light Coefficient Unsharp Masking Image Unsharp Masking
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Not by the hair on your chinny chin chin
New research reported in the Journal of Anatomy from the University of Iowa reaches an unsurprising conclusion: that the development of the chin did not result from mechanical forces such as chewing. In fact, the prominence of the chin in present day humans...
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Oxford University - right behind the mainstream narrative
Stone tool assemblages and models for the dispersal of Homo sapiens out of Africa, 2015, Quaternary International (in press), by Groucutt et al purports to test models for the dispersal of Homo sapiens out of Africa. https://www.academia.edu/10985350/Stone_...
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Right or wrong?
Published recently by the authors (Holliday, Gautney and Friedl) and Jean-Jaques Hublin (one of the commentators) on Academia.edu is Right for the Wrong Reasons: Reflections on Modern Human Origins in the Post-Neanderthal, 2014, Current Anthropology: 55(6),...
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Human Universe with Professor Brian Cox
Apeman to Spaceman in 250,000 years http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/proginfo/2014/40/human-universe-1 Professor Brian Cox opened his new BBC Two series by doing a great injustice to our ancestors. His statement that human development was an "ascent" from o...
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Richard Wilson commented on a post on Blogger.
You don't need to provide any "proof" that humans were populating this island over 100,000 years ago, this has already been confirmed, for example at Happisborough over 700,000 years ago.

What you need to do is work out when these stones were fractured and demonstrate why you conclude that humans fractured them. The latter part of which you need to do in some other way than simply stating that they stand up or look like something neither of which "proves" that they are artefacts.
Human hand and elephant.
Human hand and elephant.
eoliths.blogspot.com
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