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  1. Clyde C Coger Jr

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    In the Spirit of More Pictorial Falsehood,
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    22 Surprising Facts About The Early Humans
    Early Humans Left Africa Over 1 Million Years Ago


    Homo Sapiens, the ancestors of modern man, originated in the African continent. The “Out of Africa” theory suggests that our ancestors left the continent, migrated to Europe and Asia - and in so doing began replacing earlier examples of the human species - the Homo Erectus ...

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    22 Surprising Facts About The Early Humans

    Millions of years have passed since our ancestors roamed this earth, and we've learned much about them from archeological and anthropological discoveries and scientific conclusions. We know we have less hair, walk straighter and have better...
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    nibs,

    Thanks for the report, “News in Science,” abc.net (AustralianBroadcasting Corporation); it was saved, printed and painstakingly analyzed, against my faith in Biblical Creation. As before, in my post to the Music Producer-(#374), I am unchanged concerning Plagnol’s genetic fallacy.

    Logically speaking, the scientists argue from the widely used and highly effective reductio ad absurdum form. Wishing to prove a statement true, assume that statement is false, then deduce a conclusion known to be false, by this valid conclusion following the false assumption, making it valid, the assumption is false, therefore, the statement is true. For example; ...

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    https://destee.com/threads/color-of-the-cross.42995/page-63#post-447898

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    Enjoyed reading this article!

    I read that a comparison was made between the Homo Erectus and the Homo Sapien,
    --and that there were two distinct times said that 'beings' migrated out of AFrican, one 1 million years ago and the other 80,000 years ago
    --that the Neanderthal made use of fire, and I found this to be interesting because, earlier scientist once said that they didn't use fire.

    I also found it interesting about the 'thumb' being used and developed for defense and the shoulder being developed. I don't agree with all that was said though, but because this article was published June 2016, I thought it was interesting to consider along with other articles.

    It is also interesting that it is still being said that humans evolved from apes and then connect us to Neanderthals too, or rather, Europeans are connected to Neanderthals and apes. But my recent readings on BLOOD TYPES, makes me see other issues that is not being brought out for review.
     
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    The point you make above and below concerning humans evolving from apes has been debunked many times over ...


    "It is also interesting that it is still being said that humans evolved from apes and then connect us to Neanderthals too, or rather, Europeans are connected to Neanderthals and apes. But my recent readings on BLOOD TYPES, makes me see other issues that is not being brought out for review."


    In fact, speaking of other issues not being brought out for review, reminds me of logical truth I applied to Plagnol’s genetic theory, several years ago, below:

    https://destee.com/threads/color-of-the-cross.42995/page-63#post-447898

    Black Spirituality Religion : - Color of the Cross

    Originally Posted by nibs why are indo-europeans collecting and studying african dna? that's the real question Because the Caucasian of today is...
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    Ancient Human Ancestor Was One Tall Dude, His Footprints Say

    He stood a majestic 5-foot-5, weighed around 100 pounds and maybe had a harem; that's what scientists figure from the footprints he left behind some 3.7 million year ago.

    He's evidently the tallest known member of the prehuman species best known for the fossil skeleton nicknamed "Lucy," reaching a stature no other member of our family tree matched for another 1.5 million years, the researchers say ...

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    I've seen a model depiction of this 'Lucy' in the Smithsonian.
    However, as you have alluded to in other post I've just briefly reviewed, there is a lot of ambiguous statements by these scientist.
     
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    Correct, they really don't have any other choice but to submit theory after theory until something finally makes sense in their minds; its a sad state of affairs.

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    Absolutely!

    ...until something finally makes sense in their minds;...

    that is the problem.

    in their minds, nothing will fit or make total sense, because of what they have been proving...they are too vain and etc.
     
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    Exactly, too vain for their own good, say that.

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