Friday, 1 June 2012

Updated: 20th Century Fertilizer Mining in Wonderwerk Cave!

 I'm working furiously on the rabbit hole that Wonderwerk Cave is rapidly showing itself to be. Last year, long-time worker at Wonderwerk publishes this:
…the cave was exploited for “agricultural fertilizer” between 1940 and 1944, when the cave interior was largely dug out to a depth of up to 2.5 m (Current Anthropology, 52, 585-595, 2011).
WTF? I can assure you its wasn't owl poop they were mining. It was, yes, bat guano.
     No bat guano in Wonderwerk Cave just became 'Whatever happened to the bat guano in Wonderwerk Cave?'
     This isn't over.


Oops! Almost forgot. This just in. Nature, yesterday, publishes an article titled Evolutionary anthropology: Homo 'incendius', by Bert Roberts and Michael Bird. Fire at 1 Ma is not just big news, it's as big as it gets. And it's all gonna fall.
     Next up: Prometheus unfounded.


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