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5000 years older than Gobekli Tepe: 16500 year old cave settlement discover in Turkey


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 Video was published January 6 2022

 

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33 minutes ago, Manwon Lender said:

 

 Video was published January 6 2022

 

Do you have any beer reviewed paper to go along with this video?

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4 minutes ago, Abramelin said:

Do you have any beer reviewed paper to go along with this video?

No I drank it!:lol:

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1 minute ago, Manwon Lender said:

No I drank it!:lol:

I thought so.

I would bet it was on the news before it showed up on Youtube...

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I googled "Inhisar Cave", and nothing new or spectacular showed up.

I flew through the video, and that's the name I picked up.

Btw., the commentator's voice is by far the most irritating human voice I ever heard in my life, jesus!

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5 hours ago, Abramelin said:

I googled "Inhisar Cave", and nothing new or spectacular showed up.

I flew through the video, and that's the name I picked up.

Btw., the commentator's voice is by far the most irritating human voice I ever heard in my life, jesus!

https://www.turkeynewsen.com/the-history-of-the-finds-from-gedikkaya-cave-is-older-than-gobeklitepe/

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5 hours ago, Abramelin said:

I googled "Inhisar Cave", and nothing new or spectacular showed up.

I flew through the video, and that's the name I picked up.

Btw., the commentator's voice is by far the most irritating human voice I ever heard in my life, jesus!

I agree his voice is a pain!

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5 hours ago, Abramelin said:

I thought so.

I would bet it was on the news before it showed up on Youtube...

The reason I posted was because of the date of the video, 6 Jan 2022. I thought that maybe there was some new footage that was not seen before.

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Thanks Eldorado!

However, I assumed the new finds would in some way be equal - only older - than those found in Göbekli Tepe.

Maybe that's why I didn't find 'anything'.

 

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