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Iceman Oetzi's last meal was 'Stone Age bacon'

Oetzi the famous "iceman" mummy of the Alps appears to have enjoyed a fine slice or two of Stone Age bacon before he was killed by an arrow some 5,300 years ago.

Scientist says Ötzi's last meal was Stone Age bacon

A scientist has revealed that the last meal that Ötzi the Iceman ate was dry-cured meat - a type of snack now known as Speck in Austria and South Tyrol.

McClatchy on Trump Campaign and Russia

Peter Stone and Greg Gordon report on a multi-agancy investigation into links between the Trump campaign and Russiam attempts to imflience the election for The FBI and five other law enforcement and intelligence agencies have collaborated for months in an investigation into Russian attempts to influence the November election, including whether money from the [...]Show More Summary

Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Basically Keeping Traders In Stone Age

Trading desks being blocked from Twitter in the age of Trump is the equivalent of lacking indoor plumbing.

Sharon’s Nightmare: Porno Website Scandal For Stone’s New Man

Iconic sexpot Sharon Stone is linked to a tawdry photo scandal at age 58 — thanks to her new boyfriend! The Basic Instinct actress is reportedly “smitten” with Atlanta-based agent… READ ON

Year 5 and Year 6 Explore Deep Time

Stone Age/Iron Age and Before with Upper Key Stage 2 Year 5 and Year 6 pupils at Thorne Greentop School are exploring deep time this term.  The dedicated teaching team have compiled an exciting and challenging scheme of work covering recent human history and introducing evolution, natural selection and profiling Charles Darwin.  A member of […]

Ghost Recon: Wildlands score composed by Queens of the Stone Age, Them Crooked Vultures veteran

Ghost Recon: Wildlands draws on some pretty disparate musical influences. Ghost Recon: Wildlands boasts a soundtrack from Alain Johannes, a musician and producer who has worked in or with Queens of the Stone Age, Them Crooked Vultures, Arctic Monkeys and the Desert Sessions, among many others. The Chilean-American composer brought some South American influences and […]

Google Leads the Charge with Fake News

By John Stone Age of Autism is a sufficiently visited and prominent website to qualify for coverage by Google News but over the years I have come to view this stoically since my articles have a remarkable tendency to disappear,...

DC’s The Flintstones Was the Most Socially Relevant Comic of 2016

The Modern Stone Age Family spoke directly to readers through sharp, funny and occasionally touching satire by Mark Russell and Steve Pugh. The post DC’s The Flintstones Was the Most Socially Relevant Comic of 2016 appeared first on

Rick Steves: Fierce castles in friendly North Wales

Humble, charming little Wales is a land of lusty men’s choirs, salty harbors, slate-roofed villages, stunning mountains and stout castles. In the Middle Ages, the standard castle was a simple stone building (“keep”) on a hill (“motte”),...Show More Summary

Andrew Garfield Also Enjoys Getting High and Going to Disneyland

After a certain age, there are only two ways to take a trip to Disneyland: either accompanying screaming kids, or stoned. For Andrew Garfield's 29th birthday, he and his friends chose the latter. In a new video that's circulating on Twitter, the Silence star recalls that almost five years ago ... More »

Age and Mick

Legendary Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger just welcomed his 8th child. Mick, age 73, and his 29-year old girlfriend Melanie are parents.Ok, I'll pause for a second while you think about that; about their age difference.Some questions...Show More Summary

When George Michael visited TV's 'Eli Stone' it wasn't just a hallucination

Pop superstar George Michael, who passed away Sunday at the age of 53, was known and beloved for his hit records and phenomenal live performances. But in 2008, he also proved game to be part of an endearingly quirky ABC series called “Eli Stone.” Created by Greg Berlanti (“Brothers & Sisters,”...

Emma Stone Opens Up About Dealing With Childhood Anxiety

4 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

For Emma Stone, growing up wasn’t always an “Easy A.” The “La La Land” actress recently opened up to Rolling Stone about dealing with childhood anxiety since the age of seven and how her brain often went “30 steps ahead to the worst case scenario,” she said. “My anxiety was constant,” she told the publication. Show More Summary

Chris Rock Signs Record-Breaking Netflix Deal, And Announces First World Tour In Nine Years

Chris Rock has struck a record-breaking deal with Netflix, according to Rolling Stone magazine. The 51-year-old comedian (who most people agree doesn’t look his age at all) has inked a deal with the streaming network for two new stand-up specials. Show More Summary

Knocknakilla Stone Circle in Ireland

Knocknakilla Stone Circle is a small prehistoric complex consisting of a stone circle, two standing stones, and a cairn. Probably erected in the Middle or Late Bronze Age (1600 - 1800 BCE), they were likely used for rituals or ceremonies. Show More Summary

Yabba dabba don't: archaeology needs to leave the stone age behind

A label doesn’t just describe, it shapes our imaginations - so let’s ditch stone age with its limited range and Flintstones mischaracterisations ‘Stone age’ is shorthand, for many, for a human past before the dawn of civilisation. Cavemen, clad in furs, throwing stone-tipped spears at woolly mammoths. Show More Summary

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