Sorry if I came across a little confrontational, I really didn't mean to... I was just enthusiastic over the subject of your op.
Nah, you're fine!!.
I'm glad you were enthused, I was too. I even debated myself whether to post it or not, cuz compared with stuff like Slayer and AA do, it's not hardly twaddle.
I'm hyper-interested in this stuff, and after reading your post I went into research mode. Honestly, I'm still not sure why they're saying it's the oldest "Modern Culture"...
another article on that site discusses the San people as having branched off on their own some 130,000 years ago...
The main finding of the study, published Sept. 18 in Nature Genetics, is that the San, an indigenous group of hunter gatherers from southern Africa, diverged from other human populations earlier than previously thought -- about 130,000 years ago. In comparison, the ancestors of modern Eurasian populations migrated from Africa only about 50,000 years ago.Using Human Genomes to Illuminate the Mysteries of Early Human History From Sept of last year....
Plus, in doing a "history of human culture" search, I know they have found stone spear and arrow heads that ARE millions of years old...so, what is different about this find?
so, I'm confused now, too!!
Perhaps one of our resident experts can explain why they've titled their article this way.
(Had that extra coffee, and it's stopped raining, but I'm still foggy -- )
What context are they referring to?