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Another gruesome detail – the shaft of what was likely a diamond-shaped "bodkin" arrow probably fractured the skull even more as it was pulled back through the head on its way out.

While we already had evidence of medieval arrows with fletching, which made them spin for the sake of stability and accuracy, this may be the first finding of arrows being fletched to make them spin clockwise, reports Ars Technica.

This approach is similar to what we find in guns of today, with the researchers, led by Oliver Creighton from the University of Exeter, writing "Notably, gun manufacturers have historically rifled barrels so that bullets spin in the same—clockwise—direction." This theory has been controversial, as his critics claim that it undermines one's claims about their own thought contents. The first is to see Trump supporters—or at least many of them—as bad like Trump: as people who are racist, or xenophobic, or sexist, or don’t mind that Trump is; people who spent four years saying “fuck your feelings”; people who don’t mind Trump’s willingness to make up electoral fraud and to disregard norms of law and democracy; people who ignore or embrace Trump’s cruelties, collusions, corruptions, and crimes. The Senate is likely to remain in the hands of the representatives of the least populous states. Trump’s 2016 victory was shocking to many, and his administration has been a remarkably continuous assault on normal expectations for presidential leadership, competence, responsibility, and humanity. I also expect some of these supporters will turn to violence in the weeks, months, and years ahead.