HUMAN FOSSILS REVEAL MORE THAN EXPECTED?
THE remains of possible human fossils have been discovered in southern china, which represent five individuals and have been dated between 11,500 and 14,500 years old. But scientists are calling them the red deer cave people, which according to paleoanthropologist Darren cunroe , at the university of new Wales in Australia- “These new fossils might be of a previously unknown species, one that survived until the very end of the ice age around 11,000 years ago…Alternatively, they might represent a very early and previously unknown migration of modern humans out of Africa, a population who may not have contributed genetically to living people.”
another source from new Wales university says”how the Red Deer People fit into thispicture is unclear. The research team is promising to report further investigations into some of the stone tools and cultural artefacts discovered at the dig sites:
this is an ongoing question that is believed to be carried out in to late 2012 and further tests will be ran to discover the true history of this head scratcher.Many scientists suggest that this dysfunction to the shape of the skull to these ‘red deer people’ is just a simple side affect from the harsh and trying diseases they faced during in the deathly ice, as they were around very late in the ice age for ANY animal, let alone human, they could of caught death defying diseases that altered their bones, senses and characteristics.
Their jaws jutted forward but they lacked a modern-human-like chin. Computed Tomography (X-ray) scans of their brain cavities indicate they had modern-looking frontal lobes but quite archaic-looking anterior, or parietal, lobes. They also had large molar teeth. This is one of the characteristics that they consisted of , which proves only the dysfunction of the bones and teeth, not the fact of any new species, it is still possible that this could be another age of the human race, but this question, is still to be asked many times, and answered in the future.
Alex of Ash Green School.
5-Lorry Catastrophe by Charlie
On the 15th March 2012 there was extremely thick fog covering the M1 motorway in Nottinghamshire, and much of England. Some people may enjoy the fog and lack of visibility, but not the 5 lorry drivers that crashed near the junction 25.
3 people have been injured, one seriously but not fatally, and 2 drivers had to be cut from their vehicles by emergency services at 3:20 GMT. At that time with those weather conditions, there was bound to be a crash, but nobody expected one as devastating as this. Sgt Steve Warren, of Nottinghamshire Police, said: "The fog is not helping, with visibility down to about 75m.” They motorway is not expected to open until lunchtime today. All motorists have been told about serious delays on southbound carriageways. Police are investigating the crash between junctions 25 and 26, so don’t be in a hurry to go that way!
The rise and fall of unemployment
Land Rover has created 1000 more jobs. The car maker has announced that it will make 1000 new jobs in Merseyside. The jobs are needed to make more of the new Range Rover Evoque and Freelander 2. This is great news as many people have made redundant and as a result are unemployed. Adding another 100 workers will bring the plant to 4500 workers. The firm is owned by Tata motors of India. Also car firm Nissan have created 2000 extra jobs in Sunderland. This is fantastic news as unemployment levels in the UK are at record levels. JLR director Des Thurlby said “these jobs are further evidence of JLR’S ambition for growth. We are moving Halewood to three shifts and 24 hour operation to meet increased global demand.”
Unite Union, the largest union for employees in the workplace, have made a statement. A member of the union said “Again, Britain’s car industry is bucking the trend of manufacturing decline. It is proof that with the right investment and support, UK manufacturing can be a success story.”
As some jobs are created more are being axed as these figures show.
28,000 more people are unemployed since October 2011. 2.67 million people are now unemployed in the UK. 37,000 jobs in the public sector have been axed between September and December but in