The Local:

Archeologists have found what they believe to be the oldest water wells in Europe in eastern Germany. At 7,000 years old, they make their creators some of the earliest known carpenters.

Which is pretty cool, but leads to:

And now, historians are going to have to begin rethinking prior presumptions surrounding the Early Stone Age.

Isn’t that the mantra of science since the beginning of the new millennium?

Planets, dinosaurs, and now the stone age. No memory of our childhood and subject in school is safe anymore. Fascinating time.