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New Species of Human Discovered
09-11-2015, 10:12 AM #1
Screaming Yellow Zonkers Member
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Brace yourself: this discovery is huge. So huge that its profound implications will shake up our very own family tree. The University of Witwatersrand, in collaboration with National Geographic, is proud to announce a remarkable story of human heritage. The discovery of an early human ancestor that sits beautifully within our own genus of Homo. I ecstatically present to you, Homo naledi.

This incredible fossil find comes from the richest single hominin assemblage so far discovered in Africa. A gift that keeps on giving, the species not only enlightens us on the origins and diversity of man, but also seems to display a behavior long believed to be unique to humans, even perhaps a defining feature of our species: deliberately disposing of its dead in an isolated chamber. The discovery has been published in two papers in the open access journal eLife.

A textbook-worthy accident, H. naledi was first stumbled upon two years ago by amateur cavers during an exploration of a cave system known as Rising Star, located within South Africa’s famous Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site. From this, the Rising Star Expedition was born, starting in November 2013 with a 21 day exploration involving a team of 60 scientists and volunteer cavers. Expecting to recover a single skeleton, just three days in they realized they had much more than that, “something different and extraordinary,” research leader Lee Berger said at a press event IFLScience attended.

That something different turned out to be not several, but 15 individuals from a single hominin species, represented by more than 1,500 fossil elements found within a single chamber in total darkness some 90 meters (295 feet) from the entrance. Named in tribute to the chamber, naledi means “star” in the South African language Sesotho. And sure, 1,500 sounds like a lot, is a lot, but the team believes that there are thousands and thousands of remains still untouched. “The floor is practically made of bones of these individuals,” Berger added.

Rest of the article and photos here:
http://www.iflscience.com/editors-blog/n...d-its-dead

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09-11-2015, 11:01 AM #2
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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Great find! reading.gif The more we know, the less we know.

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09-11-2015, 10:48 PM #3
SpiritMasonChazz Member
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Evolution programing those teeth don't fit the monkey skull . Monkeys be monkeys. Humans be humans. That kind of skull would have pointed teeth for veg and meat chew. Zio programing to protect evolution and rewrite history. But believe what you want I'm just stating the obvious.
09-11-2015, 11:59 PM #4
Monster Tamer Member
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(09-11-2015, 10:12 AM)Screaming Yellow Zonkers Wrote:  Brace yourself: this discovery is huge. So huge that its profound implications will shake up our very own family tree. The University of Witwatersrand, in collaboration with National Geographic, is proud to announce a remarkable story of human heritage. The discovery of an early human ancestor that sits beautifully within our own genus of Homo. I ecstatically present to you, Homo naledi.

This incredible fossil find comes from the richest single hominin assemblage so far discovered in Africa. A gift that keeps on giving, the species not only enlightens us on the origins and diversity of man, but also seems to display a behavior long believed to be unique to humans, even perhaps a defining feature of our species: deliberately disposing of its dead in an isolated chamber. The discovery has been published in two papers in the open access journal eLife.

A textbook-worthy accident, H. naledi was first stumbled upon two years ago by amateur cavers during an exploration of a cave system known as Rising Star, located within South Africa’s famous Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site. From this, the Rising Star Expedition was born, starting in November 2013 with a 21 day exploration involving a team of 60 scientists and volunteer cavers. Expecting to recover a single skeleton, just three days in they realized they had much more than that, “something different and extraordinary,” research leader Lee Berger said at a press event IFLScience attended.

That something different turned out to be not several, but 15 individuals from a single hominin species, represented by more than 1,500 fossil elements found within a single chamber in total darkness some 90 meters (295 feet) from the entrance. Named in tribute to the chamber, naledi means “star” in the South African language Sesotho. And sure, 1,500 sounds like a lot, is a lot, but the team believes that there are thousands and thousands of remains still untouched. “The floor is practically made of bones of these individuals,” Berger added.

Rest of the article and photos here:
http://www.iflscience.com/editors-blog/n...d-its-dead

Homininhomininhomininhomininhominin...
How many monkeys does it take to make one human?
only God Knows.

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09-12-2015, 02:33 AM #5
Cynicalabsurdance Member
Posts:8,263 Threads:191 Joined:Feb 2011
swear to gawd that looks just like this Homeless Guy I help out once
in a while

His name is Nicky , he was 4 years old when he watched Pol Pot's Killers
take his parents out of their Hut and shoot them in the head .


I'll post a pic of Nicky when I get one
it's uncanny the resemblance
09-12-2015, 03:14 AM #6
SpiritMasonChazz Member
Posts:975 Threads:102 Joined:Jun 2014
(09-11-2015, 11:59 PM)Monster Tamer Wrote:  
(09-11-2015, 10:12 AM)Screaming Yellow Zonkers Wrote:  Brace yourself: this discovery is huge. So huge that its profound implications will shake up our very own family tree. The University of Witwatersrand, in collaboration with National Geographic, is proud to announce a remarkable story of human heritage. The discovery of an early human ancestor that sits beautifully within our own genus of Homo. I ecstatically present to you, Homo naledi.

This incredible fossil find comes from the richest single hominin assemblage so far discovered in Africa. A gift that keeps on giving, the species not only enlightens us on the origins and diversity of man, but also seems to display a behavior long believed to be unique to humans, even perhaps a defining feature of our species: deliberately disposing of its dead in an isolated chamber. The discovery has been published in two papers in the open access journal eLife.

A textbook-worthy accident, H. naledi was first stumbled upon two years ago by amateur cavers during an exploration of a cave system known as Rising Star, located within South Africa’s famous Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site. From this, the Rising Star Expedition was born, starting in November 2013 with a 21 day exploration involving a team of 60 scientists and volunteer cavers. Expecting to recover a single skeleton, just three days in they realized they had much more than that, “something different and extraordinary,” research leader Lee Berger said at a press event IFLScience attended.

That something different turned out to be not several, but 15 individuals from a single hominin species, represented by more than 1,500 fossil elements found within a single chamber in total darkness some 90 meters (295 feet) from the entrance. Named in tribute to the chamber, naledi means “star” in the South African language Sesotho. And sure, 1,500 sounds like a lot, is a lot, but the team believes that there are thousands and thousands of remains still untouched. “The floor is practically made of bones of these individuals,” Berger added.

Rest of the article and photos here:
http://www.iflscience.com/editors-blog/n...d-its-dead

Homininhomininhomininhomininhominin...
How many monkeys does it take to make one human?
only God Knows.

hmm.gif

How much chimpanzee DNA mixed with dolphin & cat DNA ratio 1/3 of 1/3 to adapt here from primary Annanuki Samaritan high bread. Would be my guesstimate.
09-12-2015, 08:49 AM #7
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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(09-12-2015, 03:14 AM)SpiritMasonChazz Wrote:  How much chimpanzee DNA mixed with dolphin & cat DNA ratio 1/3 of 1/3 to adapt here from primary Annanuki Samaritan high bread. Would be my guesstimate.


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09-12-2015, 07:32 PM #8
Accidental Stoner Member
Posts:8,821 Threads:70 Joined:Feb 2011
Haha, always thought that was me 13.gif
09-12-2015, 10:26 PM #9
Cynicalabsurdance Member
Posts:8,263 Threads:191 Joined:Feb 2011
DAMN ! I'd forgot about Milton the Monster ,,,

I dug that show
09-12-2015, 10:30 PM #10
Cynicalabsurdance Member
Posts:8,263 Threads:191 Joined:Feb 2011
ever notice

no matter how many skeletons are dug up

There is never a skeleton of the dick

there are always finger bones
but never dick bones

so why is it called a Boner ?

and they never find an ass

no Skeleton ever has an ass

I'd like to find a just a Piece of Ass ,,, I think it's be neat
to get a Piece of Ass ,,, and examine it ,,, for ,,, like , forever
09-13-2015, 01:14 AM #11
Accidental Stoner Member
Posts:8,821 Threads:70 Joined:Feb 2011
No, man.
All asses will turn to dust.
They will turn to dust.

İmage
09-13-2015, 09:04 AM #12
Monster Tamer Member
Posts:14 Threads:0 Joined:Sep 2015
(09-12-2015, 10:30 PM)Cynicalabsurdance Wrote:  ever notice

no matter how many skeletons are dug up

There is never a skeleton of the dick

there are always finger bones
but never dick bones

so why is it called a Boner ?

and they never find an ass

no Skeleton ever has an ass

I'd like to find a just a Piece of Ass ,,, I think it's be neat
to get a Piece of Ass ,,, and examine it ,,, for ,,, like , forever

https://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=htt...t=c&ictx=1

37.gif finger.gif
09-13-2015, 11:38 AM #13
Accidental Stoner Member
Posts:8,821 Threads:70 Joined:Feb 2011
Wikipedia Wrote:"The baculum (also penis bone, penile bone or os penis) is a bone found in the penis of many placental mammals. It is absent in the human penis, but present in the penises of other primates, such as the gorilla and chimpanzee."


Not that I needed one, when I was young 13.gif

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09-13-2015, 04:52 PM #14
Wicked Oblivion Member
Posts:10,778 Threads:720 Joined:Oct 2012
Sadly and shockingly and sickeningly...From this...To that...Real women genetically mutated and irreversibly transformed into butched and bull dyked freaks...In less than a hundred years...So lets open our closed minds and blinded eyes and force ourselves to face the horrible truth without denial...The end is near...Oh yes it is...The end is obviously very f###en near...

İmage İmage



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