The title of the thread is the name of a new book.
Would it surprise you that (scientifically based) Australian aboriginies were the first bread bakers in the history of mankind using solar ovens?
And that they invented aquaculture and agriculture 42 thousand years ago.
That may not mean much to anyone except for the fact that history lessons in schools have always portrayed Aboriginies as a bedrabbled nomadic cave dwelling lot.
Well it seems they werent nomadic at all but established the first form of property ownership ......moving between tribal properties ....... just like cars...... or anyone else who summers in Spain or Bali as the seasons dictate. They were as nomadic as anyone walking around their own neighbourhood looking for a cheaper grocery store.
They also had 'signage' directional as well as cautionary.
I find this quite amazing considering what i was taught at school about them.