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Was humankind's first exit from Africa a failed activity?

Prior posts have noted that the accepted wisdom is that some humans left Africa about 60 thousand years ago, and thereafter migrated all over the world. Now, researchers have found stone tools at a site in the Arabian Peninsula that suggests movement some 125 thousand years ago. Many advocates for...

Hunter-Gatherers Built Shelters Long Before the Rise of Farming

It was not that many years ago that the accepted wisdom was that villages, even small ones, were preceded by farming of some sort, if only learning to exploit wild grains. Prior posts have noted the growing evidence that this wisdom is inaccurate. Now, the evidence has grown significantly. Researchers...