LM3

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LM3

The Larch interface language for Modula-3.

["LM3: A Larch/Modula-3 Interface Language", Kevin D. Jones, TR 72, DEC SRC, Palo Alto CA].
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In 1974, the region was the site of a famous discovery: the 42,000-year-old Mungo Man, the oldest human remains in Australia, revealed that Aboriginal people had lived on the continent for much longer than experts had previously thought.
For indigenous people, Mungo Lady and Mungo Man are not simply common progenitors belonging to all for the good of scientific advancement, something archaeologists trained in the Western scientific tradition have had to negotiate with in recent times.
From the 1999 publication of the 62,000 year age of Mungo Man, his rejuvenation to 41,000 years just four years later provides a measure of just some of the dating problems which beset us.