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Aboriginals Got to Australia Along Two Routes in Southeast Asia

There is a mystery about how Aboriginals first came to Australia. No evidence has come to light that shows there travel from Africa to the Southeast Asia. Artifacts in Australia date to 65,000 years ago but evidence in SEA only dates to 45,000 years ago and they are different people. Two likely paths to Australia are the northern route and the southern route.

migration australia sign register toggle navigation research buy kit genographic project migration australia migration australia years ago band humans landed northern australia arriving primitive boat raft likely journey planned enough men women arrived found new population there perhaps guided rivers group ventured deeper inland found giant mammals birds reptiles ripe hunting other humans challenge intrepid group stumbled upon new continent all themselves ocean crossing asia australia humanity’s great early achievements shrouded mystery why modern humans made journey still open questions scientists keen answer.

key understanding ancestors first left africa did so wave staggered exodus spread millennia archaeological evidence reveals modern humans spread southeast asia africa years ago australia years ago earliest known evidence human occupation australia rock shelter northern territory years oldest human fossils ever discovered australia years younger spencer wells geneticist national geographic explorer-in-residence speculated first australians landed northern australia papua new guinea part same landmass—and gradually moved inland river systems queensland southern australia first explorers anthropologists long debated modern humans left africa radiated globe there multiple journeys continent previously widely accepted theory all modern humans derive single out-of-africa migration wave europe asia australia according model first australians branched.

asian population already separated ancestors europeans 2 conventional wisdom challenged new discovery modern gene sequencing techniques researchers sampled dna lock hair young aboriginal man donated british anthropologist 2 dna hair compared genomes people living asia europe africa scientists discovered aboriginal australians closely related africans modern asians europeans suggests humans migrated eastern asia multiple waves today’s aboriginal australians descended early wave left africa years ago ancestors asians europeans confirmed finding means present-day aboriginal australians oldest population humans living africa meandering route another mystery route early modern humans traveling africa australia previously thought leaving africa humans stayed close coasts traveling southward reached indonesia australia.

scientists reported discovery human skull fragments limestone cave northern laos date back years ago finding surprising indicated early humans roamed far wide asia leaving africa venturing north northeast rough mountainous terra laos perhaps even china vietnam thailand reaching australia would presented significant challenges ancient humans ocean always separated asia oceania travel continents would required humans navigate dozens miles open water humans colonized australia intentionally accident— being bl there mon winds example— unknown national geographic’s wells thinks former scenario likely another mystery kind water vessels early humans used reach australia none boats used aboriginal people ancient times suitable major voyages suggested early humans reached continent rafts made bamboo material common asia fire death.

signal covered lions human giant giant privacy rights forever contact used australia well roughly may driving australia’s llc wildlife extinction their clear birds years purpose dramatic massive flush close result policy likely became ago other large humans tribes man-made forests routes reached migration arrival fires decisive mammals drought-adapted landscape © continent’s animals—including set land humans marsupial kangaroos fol may land fires national shrubs reptiles— plants fire-resistant hunting continent’s clear partners species landscape role unknown humans transforming however service hunts early all permanent changes today 2 triggered us reserved altered faq birds geographic game terms large extinct journey early us dominate australian fires played early
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Australian Western Desert Occupied by Aboriginals 43,000 Years Ago

Aboriginals lived in the western desert of Australia 43,000 years ago. A dig in a rock shelter has brought to light a hafted multifunctional tool that pushed its use back 15,000 years. Aborigines advanced technologically as well as culturally. Rock Painting developed recently but use of tech goes back probably 50,000 years.

research anthropology paleoanthropology sci-news.com home news archive copyright privacy policy contact newsletter rss twitter gplus facebook top headlines salty oxygenated water mars host simple aerobic life archaeologists 500-year-old spear points texas paleontologists discover species archaeopteryx cryptic species crocodile identified africa novel therapeutic delivers oxygen hypoxic tissues eso’s large telescope observes ngc 2467 nasa’s icebridge researchers rectangular icebergs southern ocean salty oxygenated water mars host simple aerobic life archaeologists 500-year-old spear points texas.

home astronomy space exploration archaeology paleontology biology physics medicine genetics geology aboriginal people lived australian deserts 43 000 years ago research oct 2018 news staff source « previous » evidence karnatukul serpents glen rock shelter site australian western desert indicates aboriginal people lived interior desert early settlement continent remained ranges last ice age pleistocene backed artifact dated 43 000 years ago showing evidence working edge ventral dorsal surfaces image credit

mcdonald et al doi 0.1371 journal.pone.0202511 occupation australia accepted occurred prior 60 000 years ago increased evidence arid-zone occupation prior 40 000 years ago karnatukul site retains significant position earliest rock shelter occupied australian western desert excavations demonstrating site visited least 43 000 years ago university western australia’s professor jo mcdonald colleagues found deposits dating back 43 000 years ago early backed microlith hafted multifunctional tool used spear barb wood-working 000 years earlier known australian examples tool type professor mcdonald residue found.

tool indicates hafting technology practiced earlier previously demonstrated australia tools found southern eastern australia dated last 000 years finding supports notion australians adapted ingenuity flexibility dispersed bioregion australia 000 years arriving continent fact able demonstrate range symbolic behaviors last 000 years — rock art production extraordinarily levels site same time — demonstrates continuity complexity long-term connections australian desert peoples professor mcdonald finding represented revolution understanding adaptive technological sophistication early aboriginal peoples living interior deserts australia university western australia’s professor peter veth it’s enthralling scientific aboriginal narratives working together create extraordinary canvas vast desert landscapes australian imagination research published journal plos _____ j mcdonald et al 2018 karnatukul serpent’s glen chronology oldest site australia’s western desert

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Longevity Will Require Genetic Manipulation and Drug Therapy.

It may sound good to extend life by gene manipulation But it will be complex and expensive. Taxpayers will not want to pay for it. It will be okay for the wealthy. The ordinary person will lose. There will be a tax burden to provide for aged care. It could be a new industry. We do not really need it.

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gmo science iii biotech 2.0 faqs gene editing crispr gene therapy synthetic biology epigenetics personal genomics regulation bioethics gmo faq research search glp library search infographics search videos browse authors browse sources glp rss feeds external resources search menu recommended deep-space travel colonization rely genetically engineered life forms life emerged multiple times earth universe glowing trees colonoscopies wonders synthetic biology creating superwoman man benefits human enhancement biotech 2.0 faqs gene editing crispr gene therapy synthetic biology epigenetics personal genomics regulation bioethics gmo faqs fundamentals farming food health safety sustainability labeling regulation bees butterflies facts pesticides pollinators talking biotech explore future food biotech glp biotech profiles analyzing critics shaping debate extending healthy life gene manipulation sounds cool it’s complicated david warmflash genetic literacy project january 26 2015 over same theme emerging ability understand desired manipulate genes explain genetic basis various phenomena biology we’ve flurry news excitement focused genetics athletic ability effects diets personality range diseases behaviors.

same true comes lifespan added dimension it’s duration life extend it’s youthful healthy period researchers aging recently discovered extending lifespan nematode worms caenorhabditis elegans increase period youth health finding thought setback instead launches longevity research phase scientists hone genetic factors harnessed allow older people function younger people today.

science aging maturing age beginning 990s nematode studies led great deal excitement manipulating genes researchers able extend lifespan worms five fold years followed milestone described equivalent human living 400-500 years thought extended period youth vigor accounted increased lifespan study conducted university massachusetts tells different story assessing aging looking variety traits umass research suggests nematode lifespans extended manipulation aging genes actually dominated long healthy youthful period saw extension health mutants aged certain traits invariably trade-off extended period frailty inactivity animal principal investigator umass study heidi tissenbaum different previous studies looked traits associated nematode health tissenbaum’s team identified variety traits used define term healthspan distinguished lifespan discouraging finding push longevity research direction scientists begin honing genes extend health association lifespan extension genes remain physically active age genes allow play tennis we’re 70 similar 40 longevity sole criteria notes tissenbaum professor molecular cellular cancer biology umass program molecular medicine advances.

world nematodes nematodes used great deal aging research they’re simplest multicellular organisms however recent times produced several encouraging achievements life extension research involving animals example methuselah fly naming test animal character hebrew mythology lived 900 years investigators university bern switzerland recently succeeded extending lifespan drosophila melanogaster flies 50-60 percent it’s totally clear time added d melanogaster lifespan dominated extended period health however immediate effects genetic manipulation swiss researchers employed suggests extended health lifespan increase known azot altered gene swiss technique causes efficient elimination bad aging cells throughout fly’s life same time healthy cells maintained support body tissues words azot enhanced quality control gene improved quality control lifetime mean better health azot gene conserved humans fly.

study suggests analogous human effect possible study involving mice brown university revealed aging-relevant gene it’s known myc gene activity reduced mouse lifespan extended percent moreover longevity models involving mammals various health issues commonly associated mouse human aging reduced association lifespan increase specifically brown study showed reduction osteoporosis immunity problems cardiac fibrosis mice decreased myc activity mice incredibly normal long-lived john sedivy senior author study emphasizes important point longevity models caloric restriction treatment rapamycin animals live longer health issues moving ladder larger animals brings recently published results genome bowhead whales animals lifespans approaching 200 years study identified 80 genes able adapt otherwise apply humans we’re likely acquire ability dive underwater equipment hours time hope.

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worried viewpoint activists promotion ‘fog misinformation’ gmos challenges science communicators teaching evolution siege turkey israel india pentagon darpa program targeting crop losses turn insects ‘easily weaponized’ biological army critics claim defining life it’s created lab alive maoa cdh13 ‘human warrior genes’ violent criminals—and society popular japan poised permit gene editing human embryos 2019 mushrooms protect honey bee disease-carrying varroa mite study shows viewpoint glyphosate study suggesting danger honeybee microbiota detailed sophisticated—and wrong ‘chemical free’ organic industry’s unacknowledged ‘pesticide problem’ sexual assault brain memory gaps unusual roundup-cancer lawsuits filed we’re early stages genetic revolution worried viewpoint activists promotion ‘fog misinformation’ gmos challenges science communicators teaching evolution siege turkey israel india pentagon darpa program targeting crop losses turn insects ‘easily weaponized’ biological army critics claim defining life it’s created lab alive maoa cdh13 ‘human warrior genes’ violent criminals—and society recommended deep-space travel colonization.

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