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The sharpened stones were used to cut flesh and pound marrow-rich bones from carcasses either scavanged or hunted and then defended against other carnivores.[....]" [Based on: Compact History Of The World, edited by Geoffrey Parker, copyright 2003, p.15]In the 1930's and 40's, the first specimens of robust autralopithicines were discovered in east and southern Africa.These discoveries and the ones that have followed have considerably complicated our view of the hominid family tree.Research into Sri Yukteswar’s explanation is being conducted by the Binary Research Institute.

NASA's older rovers Spirit and Opportunity found geologic evidence that water flowed during this time, but it was highly acidic and considered too caustic for life. P.] Scientists thought much of the planet had been awash in acidic water until Curiosity earlier this year found signs of an old streambed near its landing site with a neutral p H. [....] The oldest confirmed stone tools are less than 2.6 million years old, perhaps from only a little before the emergence of the genus Homo." [Based on: News Services article (Find rewrites history of tool use), p. [....] The fossil-hunting team happened upon the skeleton in 2000 in a region plagued by extreme heat, flash floods, malaria, wild beasts and occasional shootouts between rival ethnic groups. Researchers estimate the child may have been 3 years old. It is said to show that our ancestors had greater genetic diversity than previously believed and were spread far wider across Africa.93][Based on: MSNBC article (Reindeer herder finds remains of baby mammoth in Russia's Arctic / Discovery could be a 'sensation of global significance,' official says) Reuters updated 8/19/2011 AM ET - Copyright 2011 Thomson Reuters.]1.8 Million - Tidal Wave?/ Northern Hemisphere - "In North Eastern Asia, Siberia especially, and prominent along the Lena River Valley and watershed, are very distinct geological markings showing that at the end of the Pliocene or beginning of the Pleistocene, and at the very time when the supposed ice cap was covering all of the Northern parts of the Northern Hemisphere, a great flood of water without ice, coming from the south, rolled in a northerly direction over the great plains of Manchuria, Mongolia and Siberia. Had there been an ice cap covering the northern parts of Asia, these waters could not have rolled north, they would be running uphill; neither were the mountains which now intersect the land in all directions, in existence then, because the waters would have been unable to pass them.13] - [First published by Times Books (as The Times Compact Atlas of World History) 1995 - updated and reprinted 2002] 2.3 Million - Homo / Ethiopia - "An upper jaw of early Homo, the genus to which modern humans belong, was recovered with primitive stone tools at Hadar, Ethiopia.Dated to 2.33 million years, they represent the oldest firmly dated association of stone tools with a fossil human ancestor.

NASA's older rovers Spirit and Opportunity found geologic evidence that water flowed during this time, but it was highly acidic and considered too caustic for life. P.] Scientists thought much of the planet had been awash in acidic water until Curiosity earlier this year found signs of an old streambed near its landing site with a neutral p H. [....] The oldest confirmed stone tools are less than 2.6 million years old, perhaps from only a little before the emergence of the genus Homo." [Based on: News Services article (Find rewrites history of tool use), p. [....] The fossil-hunting team happened upon the skeleton in 2000 in a region plagued by extreme heat, flash floods, malaria, wild beasts and occasional shootouts between rival ethnic groups. Researchers estimate the child may have been 3 years old. It is said to show that our ancestors had greater genetic diversity than previously believed and were spread far wider across Africa.93][Based on: MSNBC article (Reindeer herder finds remains of baby mammoth in Russia's Arctic / Discovery could be a 'sensation of global significance,' official says) Reuters updated 8/19/2011 AM ET - Copyright 2011 Thomson Reuters.]1.8 Million - Tidal Wave?/ Northern Hemisphere - "In North Eastern Asia, Siberia especially, and prominent along the Lena River Valley and watershed, are very distinct geological markings showing that at the end of the Pliocene or beginning of the Pleistocene, and at the very time when the supposed ice cap was covering all of the Northern parts of the Northern Hemisphere, a great flood of water without ice, coming from the south, rolled in a northerly direction over the great plains of Manchuria, Mongolia and Siberia. Had there been an ice cap covering the northern parts of Asia, these waters could not have rolled north, they would be running uphill; neither were the mountains which now intersect the land in all directions, in existence then, because the waters would have been unable to pass them.13] - [First published by Times Books (as The Times Compact Atlas of World History) 1995 - updated and reprinted 2002] 2.3 Million - Homo / Ethiopia - "An upper jaw of early Homo, the genus to which modern humans belong, was recovered with primitive stone tools at Hadar, Ethiopia.Dated to 2.33 million years, they represent the oldest firmly dated association of stone tools with a fossil human ancestor.Most of the Cenozoic is the Tertiary, from 65 million years ago to 1.8 million years ago.