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From Science Daily: Researchers analyzed fish bones excavated from the Early Neolithic Jiahu site in Henan Province, China. By comparing the body-length distributions and species-composition ratios of the bones with findings from East Asian sites with present aquaculture, the researchers provide evidence of managed carp aquaculture at Jiahu dating back to 6200-5700 BC.

Article: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/09/190916114026.htm

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From the article: "170 cairns totaling nearly 17,700 cubic feet—500 cubic meters—of stones were intricately placed by humans more than 5,500 years ago."
The Jindo takes a look at the glacial lake Constance, its earliest traces of human settlement, and the research/analysis done on the arrangement of the stones the sediment layers associated with the site.

Article: https://curiosmos.com/underwater-stonehenge-that-predates-the-pyramids-confirmed-in-switzerland/

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Microlithic tools discovered in a southwestern Sri Lankan archaeological site have been radiocarbondated to 48,000 years ago - thus pushing back the earliest dates of human occupation of the area 15,000 years. The Jindo takes a look at the historical, archaeological, and genetic context of the site as well as the island's connection to other parts of South Asia, Southeast Asia, and Melanesia.

Article: https://cosmosmagazine.com/archaeology/have-microlith-will-travel

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South African researchers have found evidence supporting the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis - that Earth was struck by a meteorite or asteroid 12,800 years ago. The Jindo discusses the global consequences of this event including sudden shifts in climate, the extinction of many species of megafauna across multiple continents, and the platinum spikes found in both hemispheres that all point to the same catastrophic event at the end of the last ice age.

Article: https://phys.org/news/2019-10-hypothesis-asteroid-contributed-mass-extinction.html

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The most recent archaeological dates revealed by the Keezhadi excavations in Tamil-Nadu push back the date of the Tamil-Brahmi script over 300 years - the 6th century BC. The Jindo takes a brief look at the historical and linguistic context of the region and goes through the artifacts and dating of the inscriptions, which adds a whole new layer of complexity to the already-convoluted academic discussion of the languages and origins of the people living in the area.

Article: http://www.ancientpages.com/2019/09/25/keezhadi-excavations-reveal-tamil-brahmi-script-older-than-previously-thought/

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A trove of new ancient artifacts found in Northern Jordan suggests that early hominins left the African continent at least 500,000 years earlier than previously established. The Jindo takes a look at the new evidence and how this groundbreaking study changes the early human migration timeline.

Article: https://www.sapiens.org/evolution/dispersal-hominin/

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*Disclaimer: My laptop mic recorded this episode for some reason, so the audio quality is not as good as previous episodes. Will avoid the mishap next time.

Excavations on St. Catherine's Island off the coast of the state of Georgia strongly suggest links between the indigenous people living in the American southeast to the people inhabiting the Great lakes region around 4,000 years ago, and more than 1,500 kilometers away. The Jindo takes a look at what was discovered, the methods used to date the artifacts, and the implications of what must have occurred among the people living on the continent in order to establish such a long route.

Article: https://www.sciencenews.org/article/island-grave-site-hints-far-flung-ties-among-ancient-americans

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The latest analysis of a missing bone fragment from the right little finger found in Denisova cave has revealed the size, shape and structure of the late hominin's digits - and they surprisingly resemble that of Homo Sapiens. The Jindo takes a brief look at the details of the find, discusses the existing theories of what the ancient hominin may have looked like, and talks about what may lie ahead for this kind of research.

Article: https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-02647-9

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In the recently excavated Dali settlement in southeastern Kazakhstan, ancient DNA from the skeletal remains of sheep and goats show that animals first domesticated in the Near East had reached the area all the way from the Yellow River Basin in China by 2700 BC. The Jindo provides archaeological and historical context for the discovery and discusses alternative origins of agriculture - specifically whether agriculture and domestication were independently developed rather than deriving from a single origin.

Article: https://phys.org/news/2019-09-earliest-millet-agriculture-china-linked.html

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Artifacts discovered at the Cooper's Ferry site along the Salmon River in West Idaho, United States of America not only pokes holes in the Clovis-first model of the peopling of the continent, but also links the cultures of indigenous Americans with the ancient cultures of Japan. The Jindo takes a look at the details of the groundbreaking discovery, the newest and most updated theory on how people ended up populating the Americas, and how discoveries in Hokkaido and Russia help cement the new "coastal sailing" model.

Article: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/culture/2019/08/coopers-landing-idaho-site-americas-oldest/

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A 2,800 year-old cylindrical stone altar, complete with two separate inscriptions, provides further details into a conflict between the biblical kingdoms of Israel and Moab. The Jindo takes a look at the discovery, provides context in the form of geography, scripture, and language, and discusses the recent advances in biblical archaeology.

Article: https://www.livescience.com/alter-tells-story-of-biblical-war.html

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The prevalent Indo-Aryan Migration theory, which served as the model of the origins of the early people of the Indian subcontinent, takes a hit when researchers were finally able to sequence the DNA of a woman excavated in a major city of the Indus Valley Civilization. The Jindo takes a look at the difficulty in sequencing DNA from that area of India, discusses the different scenarios in which ancient people may have migrated into the subcontinent, and talks about the possible spread of agricultural ideas and technology to far-reaching corners of the earth.

Article: https://www.natureasia.com/en/nindia/article/10.1038/nindia.2019.121

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A stone age boat building site discovered off the coast of the Isle of Wight indicates that the people of the time (around 8,000 years ago) had much more advanced woodworking and construction skills than previously thought. The Jindo takes a look at the Isle of Wight region in the English Channel, the process of flooding and submersion that took place during that time period, and how the people of Doggerland may relate to the people responsible for the planning and construction of this site.

Article: https://www.msn.com/en-za/news/other/stone-age-boat-building-site-with-technology-not-seen-for-thousands-more-years-discovered-by-underwater-archeologists/ar-AAGomM6#page=2

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Researchers digging at the excavation site at Mount Zion have unearthed what is believed to be the remains of a city razed by the Neo-Babylonian conquest of the ancient Kingdoms of Jerusalem and Judah. The Jindo takes a look at the historical context of the excavations, the Scythian influence on the region, and the controversy surrounding the finds that apparently support the biblical accounts of the invasion.

Article: https://phys.org/news/2019-08-evidence-babylonian-conquest-jerusalem-mount.html

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A circle of upright, standing stones has been revealed after being submerged under a reservoir for 60 years. The Jindo takes a look at the ancient megalithic site, notes it's proximity to another similar site in Stonehenge, and discusses the possibility of the common cultural origin of the two astronomical points of interest.

Article: https://www.thelocal.es/20190822/drought-reveals-long-lost-spanish-stone-henge-in-cacares-reservoir

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Over 800 stone artifacts were unearthed in the wake of a 5-year excavation at the Tolbor-16 site in Northern Mongolia, pushing back the dates of the earliest migrations of Homo sapiens in the region by 10,000 years. The Jindo takes a look at the evidence yielded by the excavation, the geographical context of the finds, and how these new dates bring more clarity to the muddled picture of this time in archaic human history.

Article: https://phys.org/news/2019-08-humans-migrated-mongolia-earlier-previously.html

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"A genetic mutation that slowed down the development of the prefrontal cortex (PFC) in two or more children may have triggered a cascade of events leading to acquisition of recursive language and modern imagination 70,000 years ago." The Jindo takes a look at the "Romulus and Remus Theory" and discusses how it fits as a solution regarding the conundrum of human language evolution, and how this theory figures into Homo sapiens populating the rest of the world soon after this explosion of abstract thought.

Article: https://phys.org/news/2019-08-recursive-language-modern-simultaneously-years.html

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The latest genetic tests of ancient settlers' remains show that Europe is a melting pot of bloodlines from Africa, the Middle East, and the mysterious people of the Pontic-Caspian Steppe. The Jindo takes a look at the history, genetics, language and ancient historical accounts of the enigmatic people from the steppe, whose ancestors spread far and wide across several continents. These ancestors include notable groups such as the Scythians, Cimmerians, Mongols, Huns, and of course the people that account for the "third wave" of DNA that flooded Europe over 5,000 years ago.

Link to my appearance on Grimerica Show Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/368-justin-giefer/id653314424?i=1000446020931

Article: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/culture/2019/07/first-europeans-immigrants-genetic-testing-feature/

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It has been long speculated among academics and researchers that Homo sapiens interbred with a variety of archaic humans along the way of their migration out of Africa during the Pleistocene epoch. The Jindo takes a look at the latest findings regarding the identity of two of the four extinct archaic humans that interbred with the ancestors of modern humans, along with Neanderthals and Denisovans.

Article: http://www.sci-news.com/othersciences/anthropology/humans-hominin-introgression-07438.html

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Thawing ice caps and permafrost are revealing the capabilities of biologically-resilient lifeforms, such as ancient moss and nematodes that have been discovered to possess an ability to lie dormant for millennia in order to emerge and thrive under suitable conditions. The Jindo takes a look at the discovery and what this may mean for humans in the future as well as the past.

Article: https:https://www.sciencealert.com/ancient-plants-and-animals-reawaken-after-40-000-years-of-the-deepest-icy-slumbers

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Archaeologists have discovered 11 elongated skulls in the ancient tombs of China, which are located in the Manchurian plains region of the country. The Jindo takes a look at the discovery itself, talks about the methods of dating involved in the study, and discusses this shared, global phenomenon and how this body modification practice may connect these cultures.

Article: https://www.sciencenews.org/article/east-asians-may-have-been-reshaping-their-skulls-12000-years-ago

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Two 150,000 year-old bone fragments decorated with ochre-filled engravings were discovered in the central plains of China, and archaeologists suspect they were the work of the Denisovans - a recently-discovered cousin of our species, homo Sapiens. The Jindo takes a look at the discovery, discusses how it impacts our current understanding of the peopling of the world, and explains the various theories springing up as a result of this discovery (and others like it).

Article: https://www.iflscience.com/plants-and-animals/125000yearold-bone-engravings-may-be-oldest-ever-example-of-denisovan-art/

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The Jindo reflects on the past year since creating the channel, reads some of the comments, and thanks the viewers for being curious, open-minded individuals that provide great feedback and discussion topics which have been the bedrock of the channel's progress to date.

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Welcome to The Jindo Bitchute channel! I post my commentary on the latest headlines regarding the Earth sciences, paleontology, archaeology, geology, history, astronomy, and biology. I also take a look at scientific articles and analyze the modes, methods, techniques and conclusions drawn from various studies. Thank you for joining me and indulging in the scientific literature!

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