New Museum Shows How Your Life Could Have Been 600,000 Years Ago

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To the south of Rome, a new museum will shed light into what life may have been like – 600,000 years ago.

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DevinEllenwood
DevinEllenwood

Well, based on how hairy they were in the paintings they were quite definitely Italian.

TWTHEREDDRAGON
TWTHEREDDRAGON

Nazca, Egypt, Tiwanaku, Gobekli tepe, puma punku, carnac....thousands of years ago modern humans like to think our ancestors were running around half-naked and living in caves....they were actually building profound structures that leave many more questions than they do answers.  Megalithic structures which today we have no idea how they did it or why....and they sure as hell didn't do it with ropes and copper. 


thekenyanpaul
thekenyanpaul

In thousands of years. Future generations will study these peculiar museums and imagine that they were our primitive temples. The same way we study the Pyramids and the peculiar art and sculptures in them. Every generation is usually lost as they attempt to imagine the past or project the future. It is never as it seems.

orly
orly

@thekenyanpaul well said. this is just the reverse trap science fiction writers fall in to where they simply project the present in to the future.