Historians and anthropologists tell us the human race was once a cave-dwelling, surly, filthy lot who eked out a miserable life for ourselves with crude tools made of wood, bone, and stone.
Here’s something they rarely mention – the caves where we dwelt. Let’s have a look…
As mentioned above, there are also caves of this sort present in the western hemisphere, from Nevada in the US to Patagonia in South America. And people are finding more all the time.
At some point in the past, the human race decided that life on the surface of the planet was too dangerous, and they burrowed into cliffs and mountains all over the world.
What happened, and why aren’t we hearing more about this? Don’t you think our ancestors have something to say to us about climate change?