A new kind of string theory emerges!
Neanderthals May Have Used String - NPR April 10
"Tiny bits of twisted plant fibers found on an ancient stone tool suggest that Neanderthals were able to make and use sophisticated cords like string and rope.
This prehistoric piece of string, described
in the journal Scientific Reports, was preserved on a flint tool that dates back to around 41,000 to 52,000 years ago. It came from a cave-like rock shelter in southern France that was once inhabited by Neanderthals.
The discovery adds to growing evidence that our closest extinct human relative wasn't as dumb as scientists had long assumed."
If they find evidence of stochastic calculus will that prove the case?