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The world has changed immensely since the Stone Age – some would say it is almost unrecognizable. However, thanks to a recent technological breakthrough at the University of Victoria, history is getting a little more relatable.
Thanks to contributions from top neurologists, pathologists, radiologists, orthopedists, orthodontists, archeologists, surgeons, sculptors, instagram models, and social media influencers, we are now able to see what people from the Stone Age would have looked like if they had gotten a little work done .
“Sometimes, the skulls that are used in historical reconstructions belonged to total uggos,” says Dr. Marcel Blaine, head of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery at St. Alban’s Hospital. Blaine spearheaded the project and was the team lead for most of the endeavour.
“We see photos of Myrtis the Mesopotamian Girl who died of typhoid in 400 whatever BC… we just can’t relate to it. If Myrtis had been alive nowadays, I’m telling you, she would be on her third round of lip fillers,” proclaimed Dr. Blaine. “At the very least, she would be using facetune in all of her photos. So this project is here to show, what these people would REALLY look like, if they were alive today.”