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Thread: Origins, the flood, ancient human migration

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    It's their calculation, not mine.
    Colonel, I was aware of that.

    This I say therefore, and testify in the Lord, that ye henceforth walk not as other Gentiles walk, in the vanity (futility) of their mind, having the understanding darkened...
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    Fossils that make a mess out of the alleged human evolution tree.

    Red Deer Cave people - Wikipedia

    Those people lived in China no more than 15,000 years ago which was after human migration to the Americas. Look them up on the evolution tree found here :

    Homo - Wikipedia

    And you'll see that they are classified as preceding homo heidelbergensis, the alleged forefather of both modern man, the Neanderthals and the Denisovans.

    There's also an entry alongside it of a "Homo Erectus" that lived in Asia 30,000 years ago which was after human migration to Australia. That's the general predecessor of homo heidelbergensis.

    What homo heidelbergensis and the alleged offshoots the Neanderthals, the Denisovans and modern man have in common is that their brain size is quite similar. Homo Erectus has a smaller brain but some of the skulls that they've found had a brain that is within the parameters of modern human beings. Some of them were in fact larger than the brain of the French novelist Anatole France which was measured at 1,000 cubic centimeters after his death.

    And his head looks similar to the reconstructed heads of a typical Homo Erectus. There's nothing that suggests that Anatole France was anything less than a fully functioning human being with a brilliant intellect.

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