The front page of Google tomorrow will feature this Doodle, bound to give Creationists a collective aneurysm:
It was immediately obvious that the skeleton was a momentous find, because the sediments at the site were known to be 3.2 million years old. “I realised this was part of a skeleton that was older than three million years,” says Johanson. It was the most ancient early human — or hominin — ever found. Later it became apparent that it was also the most complete: fully 40% of the skeleton had been preserved.
The Google Doodle will be seen worldwide.