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The Neanderthal Dawn

The Neanderthal Dawn

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Published by ronniecarleton
The research into the Neanderthals of Europe updated
The research into the Neanderthals of Europe updated

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Published by: ronniecarleton on Sep 15, 2011
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Ronnie Carleton © 2012
Co Researcher ;Tanja Mancinelli.
Much has been written and filmed about the early apes and the first human,reputations made and lost, fraud, and ego going hand in hand and those whowork in the field of archaeology, scratch or shake their heads at such goingskulduggery, but brave as they are, even foolhardy they struggle on seekinganswers and getting more questions instead.Thirty years of research, notes scribbled here and there, papers have finishedor not at all I still seek, I find and now I put it all together as my research here.Half way through 70 years of age I have at least discovered a number ofthings, three that are important to me; The study of archaeology is life thoughI look at the dead and rattle bones, history often repeats itself and the humanrace as a species in on the road to extinction, and somewhere out there,hidden bones and clues to early man like the Neanderthals who led us intowhat we are today.This research starts with the dawn of the Neanderthal but must also
in passing deal with those great pretenders, the early upright apes who manycall Homo and yet cannot claim that they were or are human but some still do.Neanderthal man is like a salmon coming back to the river where it was firstan egg in gravel, then a fry followed as a fingerling and migrated to the sea foryears and turned silver then became known as the fish of knowledge. Theman, the first, keeps coming back like the salmon of knowledge but not living just to haunt us and is little more now than a wisp of wood smoke.That is what happens when your mind is left open because no matter whatelse you have been doing over the years the seed of early humans has beenplanted and you keep going back to it, looking at it finding out more, deletingold research data and adding more.This research of mine therefore leaves questions to be answered andrechecking and that is what I have done over the years. It may come tonothing or little but it has opened doors into the world of early humans and de-cluttering the mind of this researcher. Now all that is left to do is write it upand from there when and if it gets finished what to do with it.

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