Despite a lack of archaeological evidence, the first North Americans have often been depicted hunting with spear-throwers, which are tools that can launch deadly spear points at high speeds. But now, a new analysis of microscopic fractures on Paleo-Indian spear points provides the first empirical evidence that America's first hunters really did use these weapons to tackle mammoths and other big game.
Radical Atheists Bomb ‘The Flintstones’ For Contradicting Theory of Evolution
Atheist militants bombed The Flinstones writers’ offices in Burbank, California this morning because the cartoon’s depiction of prehistoric life contradicts the theory of evolution.
According to local reports, the suspects laid siege to the compound with a series of grenades and IEDs. They were targeting the creators of the popular cartoon series, but preliminary reports indicate the offices were vacant at the time and no injuries have been reported.
The suspects, who fled the scene in a car driven by a female accomplice, are part of the radical atheist sect, the Charles Darwin Martyrs Brigade, which has links to the extremist group Al Kinda. Witnesses state that as they opened fire, the two suspects yelled, “God is not great, because God does not exist!”
The Flintstones have long been a point of contention for the Charles Darwin Martyrs Brigade. The group insists that the cartoon’s depiction of human beings living among the dinosaurs subliminally pushes a conservative creationist agenda.
This isn’t CDMB’s first retaliation in response to The Flintstones. Back in 2005, the group took credit for a series of death threats to Cartoon Network executives, following the network’s decision to air re-runs of the beloved cartoon. The letters, which were reported to have been written in blood read, “We’ll show you what ‘Bamm! Bamm!’ really means!!”
Anti-religion motivated attacks are on the rise, with a 35 percent increase in frequency in the past five years. Experts say to expect similar incidents to occur as a reaction to the increasing presence of religion in United States politics, particularly on the right, and to religious fundamentalism abroad.
Authorities are looking for whoever dug up rocks from an archaeological site in Sedona and threw them over a steep embankment. The U.S. Forest Service says it happened Dec. 16 at Jordan Cave near the trailhead.
Officials are seeking out the individuals in this photograph who may have information about the vandalism of an archaeological site.
Patrol Capt. Jon Nelson says several people were spotted removing the rocks, some dug out of the prehistoric floor of the site. The Forest Service has distributed a photo of three people who it says might be able to help with the investigation.
It's a federal crime to vandalize archaeological resources. Penalties range from a $5,000 fine and six months in jail to a $20,000 fine and a year in jail.
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Archaeologists surveying the remote reaches of Nevada‘s Great Basin National Park came upon a tantalizing find from the Old West — a weathered, 132-year-old Winchester repeating rifle, discovered propped up against a juniper tree, just as it had been left when it was abandoned.