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I came across this article randomly. It's a fascinating look at archaeology's interpretation of Neanderthals over the years and how much of what we "know" about human history is fraught with interpretations and prejudices. Reminds me of what Michael said about "a grand conclusion based in little evidence." https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/11/magazine/neanderthals-were-people-too.html?_r=0
Some of the details differ from Michael's version of events, but I think it's interesting that this has been put forward as a legitimate theory in the scientific community, as opposed to being suggested by a kooky alien cult and ignored by everybody else. http://ewao.com/2017/05/25/expert-says-humans-are-aliens-and-we-were-brought-to-earth-hundreds-of-thousands-of-years-ago/
Update on March 29, 2019: At present, the majority of Fringe content is located within the Fringe and Whackadoodle Studies Club, and you must be a member of the Club to see the content. Some fringe content remains in publicly accessible areas. I have also encouraged members who have Fringe-type sessions in the F&W Club to cross-post publicly any content from those sessions that is not so fringe and generally useful. Geraldine's Human Timeline Project sessions are considered fringe and are only accessible within the F&W Studies Club. Note: "Fringe" = materi
Saw this article today. Looks like the math for a time machine has been worked out. Now if only one could be built. Looks like Michael might not have been so far off suggesting we'd eventually be able to build a time machine. Gotta say, my favorite part of the whole thing is that the acronym for the theory is TARDIS. http://www.sciencealert.com/physicists-just-came-up-with-a-mathematical-model-for-a-viable-time-machine