NOT FOR DEVIANTARTChapter 4A. Differences Between Early Humans and NowIt is an obvious apparency that we have evolved over the years. Fossils and bones have clearly shone that, and scientists have also found various tools that the earliest humans used. Through those, we are able to tell a bit about their way of life, their daily habits and their physical characterisitcs.Tools and hardware that have been found from the early human years are very basic in structure and purpose. For example, John Shea of Stony Brook University, traveled to Ethiopa with his archaeology team. This is the sight of a lot of known early human species. His team started to dig, and right away they found many arrowhead-shaped tools. John and his team presumed that these tools were mainly used for cutting plant stalks and killing small prey, because of the pointed tip and sharp-ish edges. They didn't have metal machinery or manufacturing to make swords or daggers, so these stone arrowheads were the best they could do with what t
words on a napkin 16.Tonight,great is not existent.good is a little too far-fetched.okay is not even within reach.but melancholy with a touch of hope seems to be just right.