These fossils "provide sufficient evidence of a new species" that lived on the island of Luzon about 50,000 to 67,000 years ago, according to a new study. That's roughly the same time that some of our ancestors began to leave Africa. As a shout-out to where it was discovered, the authors named the new species Homo luzonensis.
Well a new cousin has been found. I do not agree with the dates but cool stuff none the less. If black holes can bend space time then that means time dilation does happen and such would throw off dating techniques.