Paleolithic bullet

A paleolithic skull with a high speed projectile hole challenges all conventional archeology. Dated at 38,000 years old and excavated of lead rock in 1921 in Zambia, the skull bears a perfectly round hole about a third of an inch in diameter on its left side. Opposite the hole, the cranium is shattered, and reconstruction of the fragments show that the skull was smashed from the inside out, as if from a bullet wound. Forensic experts examined the skull and all agree that the cranial damage could only have been caused by a high speed projectile (aka a bullet).