Controversies surrounding the validity and accuracy of carbon dating
The MBTI test measures people on whether they're extroverted or introverted; relies on their senses or intuition; whether they lean towards thinking or feeling; and whether they’re more likely to be judging or perceiving.Psychologist Carl Jung developed these ideas by working with patients.In fact, the standing stones were periodically buried, with new stones built on top of or alongside the old ones.Nobody knows who or why they put the stone circles together and nobody knows who or why they were buried more than a millennium later.He has examined more than 100,000 bone fragments from Göbekli Tepe. Most of the bones have been gazelle bones, but he's also identified boar, sheep, red deer, vultures, cranes, ducks, and geese. He thinks Göbekli Tepe was abandoned because the people “did not need it anymore.
" host Brit Garner explains the key to identifying someone's personality is by looking at the individual traits people have that seem to be stable across time and apply in different contexts.
We know not to take them seriously, but there are others, like the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), that we trust, because a lot of psychologists once did too.
However, these four-letter personality types (i.e., ISTJ or ENFP), don't mean much — they fail to include what psychologists define as personality, including thoughts, emotional responses, and behaviors.
There is abundant evidence that animals were butchered and cooked on site.
Joris Peters, an archaeozoologist from the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, specializes in the analysis of animal remains. A lot of time, energy, planning, and skill went into its construction, but I think it's a little early to be calling it a temple or collection of temples, an observatory, a restaurant, a butcher shop, the Garden of Eden, a hunting lodge, an homage in stone to Noah's ark, or an alien outpost. He thinks these ancient Stone Age folks might have had beer and drugs.