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While Peter arranged an emergency meeting with his legal teamAlex was busy playing happy families in Brighton with Peters four-year-old sonJunior For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPaleontologist Don Swanson helps excavate a site near San Diego California that may show that humans were present in the Americas 130000 years ago San Diego Natural History Museum Were humans in the Americas 100000 years earlier than scientists thought By Lizzie WadeApr 26 2017 1:00 PM What broke the 130000-year-old mastodon bones in California Most archaeologists would tell you it couldn’t have been humans who didn’t leave conclusive evidence of their presence in the Americas until about 14000 years ago But a small group of experts now says that the fracture patterns on the bones found during highway construction near San Diego California must have been left by humans pounding them with stones found nearby If correct the paper published this week in Nature would push back the presence of people in the Americas by more than 100000 years—to a time when modern humans supposedly had not even expanded out of Africa to Europe or Asia “The claims made are extraordinary and the potential implications staggering” says Jon Erlandson an archaeologist at the University of Oregon in Eugene who studies the peopling of the Americas “But broken bones and stones alone do not make a credible archaeological site in my view” He and many other archaeologists say it will take much stronger evidence to convince them that the bones were fractured by ancient people Archaeologists first excavated the Cerutti Mastodon site in 1992 after the construction exposed bones Over time they found more splintered bones and a smattering of large round rocks embedded in otherwise fine-grained sediment More recently Daniel Fisher a respected paleontologist at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor took a close look at the fractures and found patterns he says are consistent with blows from a rounded stone which leave a characteristic notch at the point of impact Other chips of bone show what he calls unmistakable signs of being popped off by the impact “Nobody has ever explained those [characteristic bone flakes] satisfactorily in any way not involving human activity” Fisher says He says humans were probably breaking the bones to reach the marrow or to turn the bone itself into a sharper tool The nearby stones hefty and round show wear patterns consistent with being smashed against bone the authors say In experiments they used that method to break elephant bones and produced identical fracture patterns These 130000-year-old mastodon bones show fracture patterns that could only have been produced by humans some archaeologists and paleontologists say San Diego Natural History Museum The bones’ collagen a protein that can be used for radiocarbon dating was long gone Instead the team relied on a dating technique based on the radioactive decay of uranium in minerals within the bone Several dating experts said the methods were sound and found the 130000-year date trustworthy “At face value these results are about as good as you can get” says Alistair Pike a uranium dating expert at the University of Southampton in the United Kingdom But that still leaves the question of what splintered the bones “It is one thing to show that broken bones and modified rocks could have been produced by people which [this paper does]” says Don Grayson an archaeologist at the University of Washington in Seattle “It is quite another to show that people alone could have produced those modifications” And Gary Haynes an archaeologist at the University of Nevada in Reno notes that “the features of the broken bones … are also produced when heavy construction equipment crushes buried bones” Author and site excavator Thomas Deméré a paleontologist at the San Diego Natural History Museum says the team carefully excavated 50 square meters beginning in 1992 and the bones described in the paper were “deeply buried … There was no equipment damage to the heart of the site” The lack of actual shaped stone tools a “universal” at Old World sites troubles archaeologist John Shea of the State University of New York in Stony Brook Even the archaic humans that might have been present then like Homo erectus or the mysterious Denisovans left such flakes “This evidence is well documented but it’s not sufficient to close the case” Shea saysWritten by Vandana Kalra | New Delhi | Published: June 25 2015 12:00 am An image by Fernando de la Torre Related News The faded prints are haunting but appropriate Coated with cyan-blue and silver chloride the protagonists are people who have been missing; the printing techniques seemingly metaphorical of their existence “I try to reactivate their memory by taking them into my artistic research and into the exhibition space calling out their names re-printing their images as objects of memory distorted blurred unrecognisable and again unknown” says photographer Ajay Sharma The 22 photographs gathered by him from digital police records and newspaper clippings were developed at a three-person month-and-a-half-long residency-collaboration at Syah Ghar Foto Studio With photographers Natalia Ludmila Fernando de la Torre and curator Julia Villaseor Sharma engaged himself in learning the chemistry of making photographs and how to rethink the techniques of analogue image making Villaseor had the photographers practise the now almost forgotten techniques of cyanotype silver salts and gum bi-chromate studying the chemical composition and times of exposure The resultant photographs are on display at the exhibition “Al Revelar” at Vadehra Art Gallery in Delhi Share This Article Related Article If Fernando de la Torre has images from Pushkar representing India as a country modern yet anchored in the past Ludmila in “Videre” has taken the opposite route of exploring images from the digitised archives of 19th century India Digital images were converted into negatives to be printed by 19th century chemical methods In another series “Jal” she has cyanotype prints on cotton voile of four monkeys and a man sharing a riverbed in India “It is a reflection on the impact humans have on the environment and the collateral damage we imposed on it at the hand of unrestrained development This piece was inspired by the Narmada valley dam projects and the action that it has inspired among environmentalists and human rights groups” says Ludmila Villaseor adds “It is an experiment of making visible not only the image but also the sensibility the materiality and the experience of people coming together” The exhibition is being held at Vadehra Art Gallery D-53 Defence Colony till July 5 Contact: 46103550/51 For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: October 31 2009 3:07 am Related News Demanding Mahatos releasethe militia leaves posters on the spot Demanding the unconditional release of Chhtradhar MahatoMaoists backed Sidhu-Kanhu Gana Militiathe armed wing of the Peoples Committee Against Police Atrocities (PCAPA)vandalised and set ablaze the range office of state forest department in Silda in West Midnapore at midnight on Thursday A mine blast was also reported from Binpur today This is the first incident in which the PCAPA has resorted to violence since Director General of Police Bhupindar Singh declared on Thursday that the outfit and the Sidhu-Kanhu Gana Militia would be banned and the police were looking for evidence to back such a decision Even though we have several cases in which the PCAPA resorted to violencethe incident in Silda is stronger evidence for us than the past incidents for banning the PCAPA and the Sidhu-Kanho Gana Militia?in his election rallies. 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a gas that helps form airborne particles that can trigger lung disease, accused the BJP of appropriating credit on schemes as well as not sticking to promises on issues like job creation. 2019.t wish to divulge his identity added,We take standard precautions like confirming a visitors identity but still I am afraid as the ladies in my house are alone all day? While Madhuri Shah was not at her residence on Monday, “Hindus continued to suffer in the country despite a Hindutvawadi government” being in power.ENS For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news On Monday, “I would consider it very welcome, including phones and support staff,If the UPA goes ahead with the Bill.

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