BK Upper Bed 2, is an excavation site in Olduvai, Gorge, Tanzania): where there is being speculated about the early stages of civilisation. By using a new approaches in exploration of animal carcasses with micro-photogrammetric and geometric morphometric analysis of fossil cut marks. Bk upper bed 2, is the title for my research of the appropriation and narration of cultural history, what are the dominant cultural narratives? And how have they been implemented in primary eduction (in the Western World)? What senses of taste (aesthetics) come with these forms of narration and appropriation? How have they gridlocked our sense of self into a nearly inevitable false sense of superiority from a cultural perspective? How do we share this common denominator and what is in the sense of cultural narration the norm? Has our own state of consciousness attained the upper-hand in relation to this “Upper bed” of cultural production? Or is there an alternative to our consciousness of our cultural production&appropriation? and where can this alternative be found?