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(Phys Org2)   One of the oldest human fossils continues to age. Surprisingly, this article has nothing to do with Keith Richards   (phys.org) divider line
    More: Obvious, Human, Homo sapiens idaltu, oldest known Homo sapiens fossils, skull fragments, Kibish Omo, volcanic ash, Jebel Irhoud, available today Vidal's team  
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2022-01-16 12:14:35 PM  
Just like everything else.
 
2022-01-16 12:39:56 PM  
When it stops aging, let me know.
 
2022-01-16 12:40:41 PM  

edmo: Just like everything else.


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So sure are we? Hmmmm?
 
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2022-01-16 2:09:53 PM  
Subby, you magnificent bastage.
 
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