Hay Home Fire,
Thanks fer tha link. I should a thought of
I think you did not read it just right. It said;
"However, it is believed that this period began
somewhere around 2.5 million years ago with
the first hominid tool makers in Africa, most likely
The article goes on to say;
"The transition out of the Stone Age occurred
between 6000 BC and 2500 BC for much of
humanity living in North Africa, Asia and Europe."
But as the article says, many cultures stayed in
tha stone age even into tha 19th and 20th
So anything older than 8,000 years is stone aged
In the Americas, that would be hundreds of years,
Certainly not 2.5 million years.
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