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Stone tools found in Algeria provide evidence that human origins have been spread throughout Africa

A collection of prehistoric stone tools and slaughtered animal bones was discovered in 1992 at the archaeological site Ain Boucherit on the northeastern High Algerian plateau to 2.4 million years. This dating challenges the current evolutionary paradigm that East Africa was the "cradle of humanity," as it is about the same age as the oldest known tools found in Gona, …

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Nasas Mars curiosity finds a shiny "golden" stone on the red planet

NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover found an unusual, shiny lump on the surface of the Red Planet. Researchers believe the object could be "a meteorite because it's so shiny," according to a NASA blog. Curious: Mars Curiosity Rover has found this strange object. The spacecraft of the Mars Science Laboratory Mission, the most technologically advanced rover of all time, landed on …

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Curiosity finds a golden stone on Mars: NASA reveals "super-shiny" object on the surface of the red planet

NASA's Curiosity Rover investigates a strange "golden stone" on Mars. The space agency said the rover is being sent closer to the strange object. Official name "Little Colonsay", scientists saw the stone in a broader picture, and now decided to throw a closer look back. Scroll down for videos The Golden Rock on Mars: NASA unveiled this image of & …

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Trump's night owl calls on Roger Stone in 2016

Carol D. Leonnig National Investigation Reporter focused on the White House and the accountability of the state. 28th November at 20:31 The calls were almost always deep into the night. Caller ID tagged you "unknown," but Roger Stone said he knew he could quickly catch up in the tough months of the 2016 presidential campaign. There's a fair chance that …

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What happened to bodies, memorials Suicide – Rolling Stone of 1978

About 900 bodies were found in front of the Guyanese state pathologist Leslie Mootoo, one of the first in the scene in Jonestown. Arranged in strangely uniform rows on the ground, the bodies quickly decomposed thanks to the tropical heat, rainstorm and swarming of animals and insects. Some were so confused that the US military crew used snow shovels to …

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