In this article, I share with you some of my most pondered questions about human origins and ancient civilizations.
As thick as the dogma dam is Gobekli Tepe is the first crack in that create the means by which the flood of new research and new ideas can flow!
We are finding new branches of our family tree each year. One of the newest finds are known as Denisovans, discovered first in Siberia.
Almost like an oft ignored cousin, the Pacific region is not as popular in anthro circles, but they Islands have a lot to offer.
Man supposedly has been trying to communicate since the beginning, but just how long has he been ‘writing’?
I got the bright idea to add a podcast to my writing and research. Check it out for some interesting chats!
Why do we think that we know everything? Why do we even think that we know most things?
At some point we all ask where did we come from and how did we get here. But the answer is not a simple as textbook theory!
What makes an ‘expert’ and expert? What matters more in discovery and invention? Titles or passion? Research/learning or publications?
I am always trying to learn something new, so taking classes is common for me!
It has long been the expert opinion that modern human did not mix with other hominds and that modern human was the lone survivor cause we were better. Maybe our best came from our cousins and not us.
Once again a non-professional expert has made an exciting discovery and egos are cracking over it.