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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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Thousands of years of Greek history is being uncovered in the Cyclades archipelago, providing scholars with information that is poised to unlock the secrets of the ancient past. The Jindo takes a look at the discovery, examines the historical context of the find and compares it with the other ancient civilizations contemporary with the ancient Greeks, and how this may indicate a common cultural or ideological origin among the Egyptians, Mesopotamians, and the Greeks themselves.

Article: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/archaeology/ancient-greece-archaeology-keros-aegean-sea-bronze-age-dhaskalio-bible-pyramids-crete-milos-a8997666.html

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The discovery of a skull in the Apidima Cave of southern Greece has been classified as belonging to homo Sapiens, and may prove that our species spread into Europe far earlier than previously thought. The Jindo takes a look at the details of the find itself, its historical and anthropological context, the methods of dating the fossils themselves, and what this breakthrough discovery means for the state of paleoanthropology moving forward.

Article: https://arstechnica.com/science/2019/07/humans-may-have-reached-europe-by-210000-years-ago/

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In Burgundy, Eastern France, among the prehistoric Celtic complex dating as far back as 1300 BC, researchers have unearthed and analyzed a trove of pottery, jewelry, and other early Celtic vessels that indicate a deep cultural relationship between the early Celts of western Europe and the early Greeks of the Mediterranean. The Jindo takes a look at the finds, the analysis, the historical context of the two peoples, and why these discoveries are reshaping the way archaeologists and scholars think about the early relationship between these two populations of people.

Article: https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2019-06/p-eci061219.php

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The freshwater remnants of the two-mile high ice sheet that once covered much of North America during the last glacial maximum have been found in a massive, continuous aquifer that spans the area between New Jersey and Massachusetts - an area measuring 15,000 square miles. The Jindo takes a look at the details of the discovery, including the technology involved in the mapping of the seafloor and how this new revelation is a critical piece of evidence that proves that the Younger Dryas Impact Event really did occur and that it destroyed the Laurentide Ice Sheet in the process.

Article: https://phys.org/news/2019-06-scientists-huge-undersea-fresh-water-aquifer.html

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Last year, underwater interdisciplinary research was carried out in the area of the Kynosoura peninsula and Ampelakia Bay on Salamis, which revealed the marble remains of a temple or stoa and a surprisingly immaculate head of a Greek sculpture. The Jindo takes a look at the historical context at the site of the naval battle of Salamis between the Athenians and Achaemenid empire, the cutting edge "amphibian" excavation technique used to extract data from the archaeological site, and how the resulting discoveries of this research may help with the large-scale project of mapping the ancient coastlines of the Pleistocene (Aquaterra).

Article: https://www.tornosnews.gr/en/greek-news/culture/35934-new-finds-from-underwater-research-on-historic-greek-island-of-salamis.html

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According to a paper published in the scientific journal Public Library of Science (PLOS), Neanderthals occupied the open-air archaeological site of "Ein Qashish" in Northern Israel between 70,00-60,000 years ago. The Jindo takes a look at the context of the demographics at the time of the Middle Pleistocene in terms of Neanderthals and Modern Humans, and also examines the details of this archaeological site that make scientists believe it was a permanent residence and not just a temporary settlement.

Article: https://phys.org/news/2019-06-neanderthals-ancient-settlement-ein-qashish.html

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Two unique burials, speculated to belong to the Odinov culture dating back to the early Bronze Age, were excavated within the last year at the Ust-Tartas site in the Novosibirsk region of Siberia. The Jindo takes a look at the bizarre discovery, the background of the Odinov culture and other neighboring peoples of the Altai mountains, and the implications this new information has on the peopling and origins of the humans of the area.

Article: https://siberiantimes.com/science/casestudy/features/the-birdman-of-siberia-sensational-finds-in-the-heart-of-russia-puzzle-scientists/

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Legacy archaeologists have for decades taught a rigid version of our collective human history while failing to incorporate critical breakthroughs in technology, research, and new theories into their conventional textbooks. The Jindo takes a look at the comprehensive article that acknowledges the continent-sized gap in our understanding regarding the ancestors of Homo sapiens and their place in history. The article serves as a sort of update on paleo-archaeology as a whole, covering the extent of the now-submerged "paleocoast" and the role cutting-edge technology is playing in the renaissance occurring within the new generation of archaeologists who now wear the mantle of academia to move closer to the truth behind recent discoveries and their implications toward revealing the mysteries of Pleistocene earth.

Article: http://discovermagazine.com/2019/june/return-to-aquaterra

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Scotland's Outer Hebrides islands are home to mysterious man-made islands called crannogs, which up until recently were thought to have been built by Iron Age people around 800 BC. The Jindo takes a look at the new argument posed by archaeologists who have taken a closer look at the site and have come to new conclusions regarding its origins.

Article: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/culture/2019/06/neolithic-island-older-than-stonehenge-crannog-scotland/

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The DNA sequencing of a skeleton found in Siberia has provided the long-sought "missing link" connecting modern native Americans with a previously unknown group known as the ancient northern Siberians. The Jindo takes a comprehensive look into the tangled genetic web tying the ancestry of these two groups of ancient people and provides updates with the latest information provided by Dr. Willerslev and his team.

Article: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/05/science/native-americans-genetics-siberia.html

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New archaeological evidence reveals more information about the decline of the Angkorian civilization, a process which is turning out to be much longer and more complex than previously thought. The Jindo takes a look at the history of the Indochina region, the climate context of the time period between 800-1450 AD, and how warm periods tend to coincide with the rise of ideas and empires.

Article: https://theconversation.com/angkor-wat-archaeological-digs-yield-new-clues-to-its-civilizations-decline-116793

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A man found the severed head of a giant wolf next to a river in Siberia, and scientists have dated the well-preserved remains back into the Pleistocene 40,000 years ago. The Jindo takes a look at the implications and significance of this extremely rare discovery.

Article: https://www.livescience.com/65677-severed-head-ancient-wolf-russia.html

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A volcanic eruption believed to be witnessed by humans in prehistoric times happened 245,000 years later than originally expected, recent research results show. The Jindo takes a look at the shortcomings of radiocarbon dating and discusses other alternative types of dating used by researchers, provides some context regarding the Kula volcanic field in Turkey, and the implications of the capabilities of our human ancestors who witnessed this eruption and others thousands of years before.

Article: https://phys.org/news/2019-05-volcanic-eruption-witnessed-prehistoric-humans.html

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Researchers from North American, European and African institutions analyzed ancient DNA from 41 human skeletons, providing answers to previously unsolved questions about life in sub-Saharan Africa thousands of years ago. The Jindo takes a look at the Great Rift Valley region, it's known history, and the context in which genetic data reveals the movements of herders, farmers and the extent of their interactions with the local hunter gatherers within the past 6,000 years.

Article: https://phys.org/news/2019-05-ancient-dna-story-herders-farmers.html

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New research published in the journal Antiquity reveals that ancient feces from the prehistoric village of Çatalhöyük have provided the earliest archaeological evidence for intestinal parasite infection in the Near East. The Jindo takes a look at the discovery, the historical context and significance of Catalhoyuk and the surrounding area, and discusses how the existence of parasites further points to a large population establishing itself as a prominent agricultural center.

Article: https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2019-05/uoc-afr052419.php

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New research suggests abrupt climate change 8,000 years ago led to a catastrophic decline in early South American populations. The Jindo takes a look at the evidence and what was studied, as well as posits an explanation for this "clockwork" pattern that seems to accompany abrupt climate shifts.

Article: https://www.sciencetimes.com/articles/21520/20190509/abrupt-climate-change-led-to-a-dramatic-decline-in-south-american-populations-8-000-years-ago.htm

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The first humans to settle Scandinavia have left their DNA in ancient chewing gum found off the west coast of Sweden. The Jindo examines the information researchers extracted from the gum, the context of Mesolithic Europe at the time right after the last ice age, and explores the idea of migrations from Russia and Siberia into the newly available land that was once under a giant sheet of ice.

Article: https://phys.org/news/2019-05-oldest-scandinavian-human-dna-ancient.html?fbclid=IwAR09-eLCbCg0NYRnprAphpBEbjWFXCsaojD5PxrtzhZF_5AcD9LcBdq1yS0

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Researchers looking into the medicinal habits of wild animals have extended their gaze into the case of archaic humans, stretching as far back as 700,000 years ago. The Jindo takes a look at the history of treating infections in modern times, and investigates the ancient history of this behavior demonstrated by wild animals and our human ancestors.

Article: http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/crux/2019/05/10/human-ancestors-and-many-animals-use-medicine/#.XOr8pBZKhhE

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13th century crusader DNA found in a mass grave located in Lebanon reveals how they mixed with the local population and that they recruited and reared a generation of other crusaders to fight in their holy war. The Jindo takes a look at the evidence, history, and context in which the Crusades unfolded and examines the Christian presence in Lebanon and other settlements in the area.

Article: https://www.cnn.com/2019/04/18/world/crusaders-dna-discovery-scn/index.html

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For the past 15 years a team of researchers have meticulously mapped the area of Doggerland - a country-sized, recently submerged area that once connected Great Britain with the European mainland. The Jindo takes a look at the first discoveries of the area in the 1930s, the techniques used to map the submerged area, and what the team is now looking forward to discovering in the near future.

Article: https://www.theguardian.com/science/2019/may/08/mapping-begins-of-lands-lost-to-north-sea-during-the-stone-age

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*NOTE: Yes my camera failed and I am a motionless mannequin for the duration of the video. Enjoy.*

The Jindo talks about ancient Mayan history, the discovery of a buried workshop that mass-produced figurines, and how lidar technology is scratching the surface of the real extent of the Mayan empire and other civilizations in the region.

Article 1: https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2019/04/archaeologists-unearth-largest-mayan-figurine-factory-date

Article 2: https://www.theyucatantimes.com/2019/05/skeletons-of-1500-year-old-pair-of-maya-kings-discovered/

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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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