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Excavations in Initial Upper Paleolithic Layer I at Bacho Kiro Cave in Bulgaria. Four Homo sapiens bones were recovered from this layer, along with a rich stone tool assemblage, animal bones, bone tools, and pendants. (Pre-pandemic image: Tsenka Tsanova, MPI EVA Leipzig, License: CC-BY-SA 2.0)
Excavations in Initial Upper Paleolithic Layer I at Bacho Kiro Cave in Bulgaria. Four
Homo sapiens
bones were recovered from this layer, along with a rich stone tool assemblage, animal bones, bone tools, and pendants. (Pre-pandemic image: Tsenka Tsanova, MPI EVA Leipzig, License: CC-BY-SA 2.0)

Ancient DNA from 46,000-year-old bone fragments and a tooth reveals this group likely overlapped with Neanderthals f

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I believe that we, as a whole world, are going through a transition and these so-called “bleak times” are necessary to go through in order to get to a much, much, much better place. The old way is giving way to a new way and it started a long time ago, the transition, and more and more things — horror stories — have come to light and people have been dealing with these things over the last decades and more things will come out. These wrongs are going to start getting righted and on the other side of this transition, I think, we’ll find really great times, an end to suffering and negativity. This is what I believe and hope for.

David Lynch https://youtu.be/K7hJAsC17iw?t=441