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Article: Primitive human lived much more recently

Article: Primitive human lived much more recently

Interesting details emerged about homo naledi, who apparently still lived in South Africa as recent as 200,000 – 300,000 years ago. That means he might have coexisted with homo sapiens.

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Article: Why We Climb

Article: Why We Climb

The long read: The article below is the introduction to the eponymous book “Why We Climb”, which is already on our to-read list. The author, climber Chris Noble, attempts to

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Article: Evidence of Earliest Human Hunting Found

Article: Evidence of Earliest Human Hunting Found

Apparently there is now evidence supporting the claim that humans started hunting much earlier than previously thought. Archeological findings show that homo erectus already hunted 2 million years ago. This 

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Article: The Worst Mistake in the History of the Human Race

Article: The Worst Mistake in the History of the Human Race

This article is an exceptionally good example of a short summary of the main arguments against civilization and progress and for primitivism and tribalism. http://discovermagazine.com/1987/may/02-the-worst-mistake-in-the-history-of-the-human-race Liked it? Take a second

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Infographic: A Truish and Actual History of the World

Infographic: A Truish and Actual History of the World

A great and informative little graphic visualizing the history of modern humans (not the whole world) and the series of ever more complex and profound errors and mistakes we call

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Article: Megafaunal extinctions driven by too much moisture

Article: Megafaunal extinctions driven by too much moisture

In contrast to popular opinion, prehistoric hunters didn’t mindlessly hunt megafauna into extinction. Archeologists now found out that many bigger animals went extinct due to a rapid change in climate

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Article: ‘The River is Life’

Article: ‘The River is Life’

An interesting, short story by photographer Alice Kohler about the Araweté people in the Amazon basin, who find themselves being overwhelmed by the approaching influences of civilization and fear they’ll

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Article: Lessons of the Hermit

Article: Lessons of the Hermit

People need wilderness to stay sane. Some people have enough and just go and live there. This is an interesting story about a man who lived in the forest for

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Article: Healthiest hearts in the world found

Article: Healthiest hearts in the world found

Scientists now found the healthiest hearts in the world – of course among a primitive tribe. The Tsimane people of Bolivia are horticulturalists and hunters, who have a relatively high

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Article: Professor Caveman

Article: Professor Caveman

A college teacher who knows what’s good, fun and important: Bill Schindler teaches primitive skills. Interesting to read, seems like it is not that unrealistic to get people interested in

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