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The $1,500 Embody Gaming Chair has the bones of an office chair.
After too long in microgravity, our muscles and bones become weak.
The man’s bones had previously been found in the Newgrange passage tomb, an earthen mound covering more than 4,000 square meters near the River Boyne.
Archaeologist Ryan Rabett of Queen’s University Belfast in Northern Ireland calls the new study of Sri Lankan bone points “suggestive but not definitive” evidence of bow-and-arrow hunting.
The tooth and six bone fragments are more than 40,000 years old.
For example, nearly all mammals, from giraffes to humans, are stuck with just seven neck bones.
Meanwhile, the bones of people with testes continue to grow for several years until their estrogen peaks, so they end up taller.
In the past, looters had raided the tomb in which these bones were found.
Bouncing ultrasound against bone might provide the same type of boosted impact, he suspects.
Commercial processes would likely use more thorough methods to help break down even the bones, says Carpenter-Boggs.

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