AS: Earliest Chocolate in North America!

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In today’s top three headlines we examine a find of early chocolate, the coming of the modern mind and the state of scientific literacy in the US and beyond:

1) Earliest evidence of chocolate in North America:

2) Ice Age Art: Arrival of the modern mind:

3) Neanderthal cloning chatter highlights scientific illiteracy:

New Study sheds light on the origin of the European Jewish population:

Historic Twywell cottages to be rebuilt following a bulldozing error:

Why archaeology needs Game Developers and other Nerds:

Shakespeare and Martin Luther King demonstrate potential of DNA storage:

A French-Peruvian-Spanish team discovers a chamber in Machu Picchu:

Greenland ice cores provide vision of the future:



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