Well, the Anthropologists may know what they are doing but the guy taking photos of the tools certainly isn't helping matters. Why can't he take a picture of something that actually resemble a tool? Better yet, why the reporter can't explain briefly why this chunk of rock pictured can be considered a tool?
That's why you should read the original papers rather than secondary articles by reporters who may or may not know their subject. The article in the May 21 issue of Nature will probably be more informative.
Sharing is double-good!
That should be doubleplusgood, Citizen. Your lack of zeal in learning the appropriate forms of Newspeak have been duly noted here at the Miniluv. You will be contacted.
Any chance they can do something about all those other fraudulent ads?
Try using an ad blocker, popup blocker, and NoScript.
It's just a euphemism. I remember working for a company that started embracing offshoring, which they called "right-shoring." Layoffs were called "right-sizing." And the executives were called "cunts." Amazing how just a little "word-smithing" can make things sound better than they really are, huh?
They're not really people anyway; they're just headcount.