posted on Sep, 8 2010 @ 09:16 AM
Sensationalist crap. First the article says:
"Among the bones of bison, deer, wild sheep and other animals, scientists discovered the butchered remains of at least 11 human children and
11 children? That's not many, certainly not something you could consider their "everyday diet".
They then go on to speculate:
"Bones of humans that had been eaten spanned a period of around hundred thousand years, indicating that the practice was not just confined to times
when food was scarce."
11children over the course of a 100,000 years now suggests widespread cannibalism? Uh huh, riiiight,
They broke the bones for marrow suggesting to me that they were indeed starving and needed all the nutrients they could get. Nowhere did they state
that marks on the bones suggested they were killed for purposes of cannibalism. This is poppycock and absolutely unscientific.
Dailymailco.UK, bite me and my ancestors!
[edit on 8-9-2010 by Asktheanimals]