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Cdebru

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This discovery actually re-inforces the "Out of Africa" origins theory - just pushes it back in time.

So you now accept that the 'Out of Africa' Theory that our ancestors left there just 60,000 years ago

- is False?
You are still African, just keep that in mind next time you are in the Blanchardstown Shopping Centre.
 

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.....

Another one.

The reason much of Africa is in a bad state is because they have people like your uncle in positions of power.

And wtf this has to do with a fossil, I'm not entirely clear. Other than that Catplast hates them black Africans. Which we know.
Far from it

- Africa is for the Africans!:cool:

The Europeans invaded their Lands

- you can hardly blame them for being upset about it.

But the OOA thing has become a Scientific Dogma

- that has hamstrung further research into the physical Origins of Mankind...

And Dogma has no place in Science!
 

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You are still African, just keep that in mind next time you are in the Blanchardstown Shopping Centre.
Tell you what Chuck

- head off to Africa and tell the locals that your African

- and see what they tell you...

- after they pick them selves up off the ground from laughing at you.....:p
 

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Oldest Homo sapiens bones ever found shake foundations of the human story

Oh Dearie me & shiver me timbers....:shock:

Looks like the 'Out of Africa Theory' has taken yet another knock:

Hublin said the extreme age of the bones makes them the oldest known specimens of modern humans and poses a major challenge to the idea that the earliest members of our species evolved in a “Garden of Eden” in East Africa one hundred thousand years later.
“This gives us a completely different picture of the evolution of our species. It goes much further back in time, but also the very process of evolution is different to what we thought,” Hublin told the Guardian. “It looks like our species was already present probably all over Africa by 300,000 years ago. If there was a Garden of Eden, it might have been the size of the continent.”


But we are told Genetics shows that we all originated in Africa and that our ancestors left there just 60,000 years ago...

- from a species of Human that dated from circa 100,000 years ago

https://www.theguardian.com/science...er-found-shake-foundations-of-the-human-story

https://www.theguardian.com/science...er-found-shake-foundations-of-the-human-story
You take racism to a new level. The idea that somewhere, deep inside you, there's some link of Africa must kill you.
 

Cdebru

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Tell you what Chuck

- head off to Africa and tell the locals that your African

- and see what they tell you...

- after they pick them selves up off the ground from laughing at you.....:p

Doesn't change a thing , you know and I know deep down, you came out of Africa, whether it was 60,000 years ago or 150,000 years ago, time you embraced your African origins.
 

Catalpast

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Doesn't change a thing , you know and I know deep down, you came out of Africa, whether it was 60,000 years ago or 150,000 years ago, time you embraced your African origins.
OK - and where did 'Africans' come from...?
 

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Doesn't change a thing , you know and I know deep down, you came out of Africa, whether it was 60,000 years ago or 150,000 years ago, time you embraced your African origins.
No, deep down he 'knows' he didn't. And no amount of facts are going to turn him into just another immigrant from Africa to Blanch shopping center car park.
 

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I used to believe the theory that the Garden of Eden was in the North Pole.
 

Spirit Of Newgrange

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Neanderthal genes within the modern population :

The evidence is that all 'non-Sub Saharan peoples' have traces of the Neanderthal gene.

This may be 1 or 2% in China and it rises to a maximum of 4% of the genome of North-West Europeans.

The Evidence is overwhelming.

Sub Saharan Africans are pure HomoSapien. Everybody else is an approximate 98%-2% hybrid.

Sex with Neanderthals Gave Humans Immunity Boost
 

Erudite Caveman

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Neanderthal genes within the modern population :

The evidence is that all 'non-Sub Saharan peoples' have traces of the Neanderthal gene.

This may be 1 or 2% in China and it rises to a maximum of 4% of the genome of North-West Europeans.

The Evidence is overwhelming.

Sub Saharan Africans are pure HomoSapien. Everybody else is an approximate 98%-2% hybrid.
Yeah, but the Neaderthals were white, so that's ok.
 

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Oldest Homo sapiens bones ever found shake foundations of the human story

Oh Dearie me & shiver me timbers....:shock:

Looks like the 'Out of Africa Theory' has taken yet another knock:

Hublin said the extreme age of the bones makes them the oldest known specimens of modern humans and poses a major challenge to the idea that the earliest members of our species evolved in a “Garden of Eden” in East Africa one hundred thousand years later.
“This gives us a completely different picture of the evolution of our species. It goes much further back in time, but also the very process of evolution is different to what we thought,” Hublin told the Guardian. “It looks like our species was already present probably all over Africa by 300,000 years ago. If there was a Garden of Eden, it might have been the size of the continent.”


But we are told Genetics shows that we all originated in Africa and that our ancestors left there just 60,000 years ago...

- from a species of Human that dated from circa 100,000 years ago

https://www.theguardian.com/science...er-found-shake-foundations-of-the-human-story

https://www.theguardian.com/science...er-found-shake-foundations-of-the-human-story
You're an ancient fossil and you're in blanch.... therefore mankind originated in blanch
 

Cdebru

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Neanderthal genes within the modern population :

The evidence is that all 'non-Sub Saharan peoples' have traces of the Neanderthal gene.

This may be 1 or 2% in China and it rises to a maximum of 4% of the genome of North-West Europeans.

The Evidence is overwhelming.

Sub Saharan Africans are pure HomoSapien. Everybody else is an approximate 98%-2% hybrid.

Except Catalpast, he is proudly 100% Neanderthal ( Unless they originated in Africa as well)
 

Catalpast

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Sure, but your ancestors came from darkest Africa. They were black Africans. And here you are now, wandering around west Dublin, mingling with your long lost cousins.
Tell us this then

- if they were how come until the mid 20th century no one (not even the Black Africans) noticed that?
 

Cdebru

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Tell us this then

- if they were how come until the mid 20th century no one (not even the Black Africans) noticed that?

We are learning all the time, and today you learned you belong in Blanchardstown.
 

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