Oldest Javelins Predate Modern Humans, Raise Questions on Evolution

“These javelins are some 200,000 years older than previous examples of similar weapons, suggesting that modern humans and their extinct relatives had the know-how to create these sorts of complex thrown projectiles much earlier than often thought.”

Wait, wait, wait. I thought the earth was 5,000 years old?

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via National Geographic

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