History of the invention of clothing | The Naturist Page

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6a00d8341bf67c53ef0147e15378f3970b-500wi[1] Clothing/body lice There is a study that I was reading and says that Humans First Wore Clothing 170,000 Years Ago, some time after the second-to-last Ice Age that made living the nude life a little too cold for comfort. Before this time, clothing lice or body lice were non-existent until clothing came about in humans. Clothing lice first began to genetically diverge from human head lice. Needless to say, humans are responsible for causing the evolutionary process of head lice into clothing/body lice some 170,000 years ago. (long after humans lost their ape-like body hair.)

Neanderthal_2D[1] 100,000 years ago In Africa, humans survived for hundreds and thousands of years without clothing or body hair because of the practice of using fire when it became cold. It was only when clothing was invented that made it possible to invent new tools and migrate to colder or higher latitudes some 100,000 to 60,000 years…

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April 15th 2015 – First day of the season | Scott RedCloud

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Meanwhile in Canada….. #Spring #Nudist #Naturist #Canada

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11163106_820887071333233_5610294888458589899_o[1]Woke this morning was trying to decide if I should go to the river until when I checked noticed the forecast was going to be 13°c … I told myself it could not possibly be nice enough for getting that all over tan started. Then I noticed the wind speed and found that It was going to be less than 10kph and no clouds! I said to myself, what the heck… It also gave me a reason to go on a long bike ride. If worse came to worse I was doing it for the ride at least.

Left the house around 10:30am with my shoes, jeans, sweater and vest on; it was pretty chilly out. along the way to the river which was 25km away I spotted some angry Canadian geese attacking for either territory or for a mate. They are vicious this time of year. I also spotted…

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