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Upon their approach, she greeted them with a “hi,” and proceeded to touch the dog sexually.
The police blanketed the 23-year-old woman and asked her questions to determine her state of mind.
She was unable to answer who she was, what day it was, or who the President of the United States was.
She was able to explain that she was “bipolar,” but though she was on “prescription medication,” she was uncertain if she had been taking it recently.
In the new study, published in the July 13 Dennis Jenkins of the University of Oregon and his colleagues report on high-precision radiocarbon dating of more than 100 new samples from Paisley Caves that establish the chronology of the site and put the oldest stone points at more than 13,000 years old, making them at least as old as the oldest known Clovis artifacts elsewhere.
The Clovis First theory predicts that the Western Stemmed technology evolved from the Clovis one, yet no Clovis tools or tools that look like they could have given rise to Clovis have turned up in Paisley Caves.
Thus although Western Stemmed might share a common ancestral technology with Clovis, it does not come out of the Clovis lineage itself, Jenkins asserted in a press teleconference.
In the paper he and his colleagues conclude: “The Paisley Caves evidence supports the hypothesis that the [Western Stemmed Technology] was an indigenous development in the far western United States, whereas Clovis may have developed independently in the Plains and Southeast.” The findings buttress claims for a non Clovis-derived tool-making tradition at the site of Monte Verde in Chile, Jenkins added, noting “this really seems to suggest there are multiple technology trajectories at the same time here at the end of the Pleistocene in the Western Hemisphere.”The investigators also recovered more coprolites containing mitochondrial DNA (which is maternally inherited, as opposed to nuclear DNA, which is inherited from both parents) from the site, taking precautions to ensure the samples were not contaminated with foreign DNA.
While those who never had bipolar or done drugs may criticize Kara’s manic behaviors as if she were evil — and this, perhaps, according to Christian morality as they interpret it — anybody who has actually suffered from psychosis puts this to the lie and knows that psychotic behavior is not a moral issue, but a chemical imbalance.But in recent years, discoveries of remains that appear to pre-date the Clovis culture have upended that Clovis First scenario.Now new findings from the Paisley Caves in Oregon join the growing body of evidence that the human colonization of the Americas was more complex than researchers once thought, showing that a separate technological tradition co-existed with the Clovis one and may well have preceded it.Like all mental illnesses, bipolar can be difficult to live with.It alternates between depressions, long plateaus of a normal state, and sometimes a bright or manic effect, which may also be accompanied by psychosis, when the person acts in ways that do not resemble their character or values when properly medicated or in their right state of mind.Previous work at the Paisley Caves had turned up preserved human feces (coprolites) containing DNA and some stone projectile points made in what archaeologists term the Western Stemmed Tradition, which differs from Clovis primarily in the way in which the point is affixed to a dart shaft.Initial dating results indicated that the remains rivaled Clovis in age, but questions about their antiquity lingered.No such technological precursor is known for Western Stemmed projectiles.At a certain point in every relationship, dollar pizza date nights just don't cut it anymore.Police were called when neighbors reported a woman having sex with her pit bull in her backyard in broad daylight.When they arrived, they found Kara Vandereyk “naked and on the ground” engaged in a sexual act with the dog.