The wall is clearly there to keep neighboring herds of fish separated. It’s awfully hard to brand fish, so the fences are vital to ensure harmony among the fish-herders.
I think I learned about fish-herding in school.
too early for crap puns, mayhaps
Blinkerwall.doommetal.bandcamp! I called it first!
Considering we don’t know anything about the god(s) of the palaeolithic, this is a strong statement
“Genocide and animal husbandry, it all comes from the same God/”
Wonderful way to generate heated arguments online. Might as well complain about humans big brains that led to a more efficient way to hunt (assuming thats even what this is.) I have no deep knowledge of how one survives in the stone age but I bet starvation was always on their minds.
There’s a similar thing on the bed of Lake Huron
He’s pretty good at coming up with insightful turns of phrase but this one aimed for a bridge slightly too far.
Even worse, I’m afraid, it’s a Lecter reference.
There is A LOT of cool early man artifacts currently buried under the sea. Man lives by water, and when the ocean levels were much lower, we would have had a bunch of various villages near the shore and they are all under water right now.
“Anyway, here’s Blinkerwall…”
“If you choose me, Ugg Mgogh, as leader of this tribe, I will build a wall, a big beautiful wall that will keep the reindeer where we want them. And the Ggorm Frm tribe will pay for it!”
That this was a hunting aid seems eminently sensible; it still worked, against the Romans, around 8,000 years later in the Teutoburg Forest.
This discovery is freakin’ amazing.
ChatGPT should really avoid getting philosophical.
Maybe it was there to keep out those pesky Doggerlandians:
The fishing forecast is a disguised pagan ritual to keep the Old Ones asleep in the depths.
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