Cave Discovery Shows How Humans Survived the Extreme Weather 78,000 Years Ago
A large cave system was found in Southeast Kenya, located 15km from the coast. It's name is Panga ya Saidi. The cave system housed homo sapiens at least as far back as 78,000 years ago. It was in a more stable climate area where people could feed off the woods and animals in the area. It looked inhabited all throughout the time of the Toba super-eruption 74,000 years ago which caused major weather disruptions and die offs of people and other species. Many artifacts were found dating from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. The cave reveals a point around 67,000 years ago when homo sapiens began on more technical endeavors. It was the dawn of crafting small useful items. More here..
At the Kenyan site the scientists found several different symbols of tools and culture of primitive humans. These are, from left to right: Worked red ochre; bead made of a sea shell; ostrich eggshell beads; bone tool; close-up of the bone tool showing traces of scraping
Carnies Convicted in Bounce House Wind Death
Been following this trial in Essex over a seven year old girl's death. The carnival owners were taking down inflatables as a storm blew up. The girl wanted to bounce just a little bit longer. The carnival owner agreed and then the wind carried the bounce house down a hill. It stopped when it hit a tree. William Thurston, 29, and his wife Shelby Thurston, 26, were convicted of gross negligence manslaughter.
There is two invests out there 97W & 90E. The tropics overall haven't been very active; the flooding, landslides and such continue on.
Minor FLOODING across JAMAICA (May 7, 2018) Teach Dem Teach Dem
Published on May 9, 2018