World's Oldest Needle Found In Siberian Cave That Stitches Together Human History - Siberian Times

"A stitch in time" gets a new twist with the discovery of a 50,000-year-old sewing-needle found in the Denisovan Caves in Russia. The Denisovans were a species of human different from us homo sapiens, and this find pushes back their history and the sophistication of their lives even further than had been supposed. Meanwhile, on the fringes of Europe The Man Who Discovered the 'Bosnian Pyramid' Answers Critics. The controversy over the authenticity of the so-called "Bosnian Pyramid" shows no signs of slowing down. Dr. Semir Osmanagich, the man at the centre of the debate, puts his case in this hour-and-a-half video which the Daily Grail describes as an "entertaining presentation." (LP)

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