Trampling Over The Dikika Cut Marks

Well, I feel somewhat vindicated. Remember the post where I criticized hominin cut marks from over 3 million years ago? Others have also had an eye of suspicion and have published their concerns in PNAS this week. I was wrong in considering the croc marking differential to the cut marks. But I was not wrong... Continue Reading →

A Curious Look At The 3.39 Million Year Old “Stone Tool Markings” From Dikika, Ethiopia

I don't know who this is worse for, the editors & reviewers over at Nature or the authors of the article who can't tell the difference between crocodile teeth markings and stone tool modification, nor raise the possibility. The paper, "Evidence for stone-tool-assisted consumption of animal tissues before 3.39 million years ago at Dikika, Ethiopia," very... Continue Reading →

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