Emerging thesis about the emergence of art in upper Paleolithic period

A fascinating new article in Science News that posits that "A magnetic field reversal 42,000 years ago may have contributed to mass extinctions." The article also suggests that the sudden appearance of red ochre handprints in caves may have come about due to ochre being used as a protective sun screen to shield against large-scale changes in weather patterns and ultraviolet radiation causes by a reversal of the earth's magnetic poles. Here is the lay article: https://www.purdue.edu/newsroom/releases/2021/Q1/presidential-lecture-series-to-return-with-paul-ryan,-heidi-heitkamp.html, and here is the research article: https://science.sciencemag.org/content/371/6531/811.

Recent Posts

See All

In chapter 8, we talk about the frequencies used by different regions of the brain to communicate with each other in processing sound and music. In particular we noted "two particular frequency region

Post Publication Research   
                                Chapters