Black History Culture : Out of Africa theory in Question?

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    In the Spirit of Sankofa


    ... I don't buy this Out of Australia theory, being pushed by Steven Strong, on which basis the goal is to switch the Original Aborigine's lower place(young) on the human ladder to the very top of the ladder(oldest), over Africans.

    Clearly and understandably, its a play on words when you consider this indisputable language:


    The first genome analysis of an Aborigine reveals that these early Australians took part in the first human migration out of Africa. They were the first to arrive in Asia some 70,000 years ago, roaming the area at least 24,000 years before the ancestors of present-day Europeans and Asians. They were also the first to live in Australia, according to DNA results of a 90-year-old hair sample of a young man that link Aborigines to the first inhabitants of this part of the world about 50,000 years ago.


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    Aborigines: The First Out of Africa, the First in Asia and Australia

    http://www.theatlantic.com/health/a...frica-the-first-in-asia-and-australia/245392/


    Reading through the material, they try and make the case that travels occurred from Australia to Africa, and not the other way around.

    Let's not get off-stride, the Aborigine and African are definitely in the same group, regardless ...



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    Aboriginal man at Quay


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    Africans workers of unknown origin at the port of Benghazi. Boat crews prohibited them from boarding because they were only authorized to evacuate certain


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    Steven Strong is an Australian-based researcher, author and former high school teacher with a background in archaeology. He was involved in the formation of a Graduate Diploma of Aboriginal Education for the NSW Department of Education, writing units on Traditional Law and Contemporary History. He also co-authored the highly successful “Aboriginal Australia: A Language and Cultural kit”.

    Source: same link in OP ...



     
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    Well I got that they were saying that Africans and Australians split off, and Australians contributed greatly to the non african peoples genes. Which is true. Australians have introduced genes to Indians and as far as China. It was stated that the first Americans were Australoid Melnoid type people. Its a very interesting find. One thing I can say is that Australians have some features that are very different from African groups, it was stated that Australians mixed in with the Denisovans which is why they have the features they have.

    None the less Africans seem to represent the pure stock of Homo Sapiens having No Neanderthal or Denisovan in their gene pool.
     
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    What about the people who believe the Atlantic slave trade is a HOAX? Its very interesting to say the least.
     
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    Going that far back, its all about presumptions, inferences, theories, etc... Not to mention its science that's deeply connected to macro evolution. Personally, I don't buy into the theory of macro evolution either; but what I do know is that Aborigines and so-called Africans are in the same group, from the same continent, originating in Africa/Alkebu-lan ...




     
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    I don't know giving that these Austrlians have mixed in with the other homind species hence their features, they look very different from africans minus the dark complexion and wooly hair. But there is a big difference between the west-central african types and Australoids.
     
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    When you say mixed with other homind species, is there any proof of this?

    Keep in mind, the youngest of these so-called species, Neanderthal, has yet to be proven as fact.
     
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    They say they did DNA testing, and since these people have the features of the reconstructed socalled extinct hominids it makes perfect sense to me. Australians look very Neanderthal looking slopped head bulbous nose etc.. Very different from west-central african types.
     
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    Well, they will say anything, bottom line is proving it:


    Neanderthals 'as clever as modern humans'
    Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by Clyde C Coger Jr, May 1, 2014


    "In the Spirit of Sankofa,

    ... :facepalm: Here we go again!

    The human race was lost, with no reasonable explanation given, they also make the claim that modern man, or original Africans, survived without an inerrant trace of the neanderthal gene; but somehow, this strange gene is found in only white folk, wow. Anything to get around admittance of them, through gene mutation, being mutants recessives of the original people ..."

    http://destee.com/index.php?threads/neanderthals-as-clever-as-modern-humans.80339/

     
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    Oh I don't doubt Neanderthals were clever, hell they probably were more advance than humans today. But Europeans aren't the only ones that have the gene according to them east asians and central asians have the genes also. Makes sense. That Africans are represented as the pure stock.
     
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