Sunday, March 25, 2018

Out-of-Africa theory in crisis

I have attacked the Out-of-Africa theory on this blog many times, such as here.

Anthropologist Dienekes Pontikos writes:
The sensational discovery of modern humans in the Levant 177-194 thousand years ago should cause a rethink of the currently held Out-of-Africa orthodoxy.

By Out-of-Africa, I mean here the origin of anatomically modern humans, as opposed to the earlier origin of the genus Homo or the later origin of behaviorally fully modern humans.

Two main pieces of evidence supported the conventional OOA theory:

1. The observation that modern Eurasians possess a subset of the genetic variation of modern Africans.
2. The greater antiquity of AMH humans [anatomically modern humans] in the African rather than the Eurasian palaeoanthropological record.

Both these observations are in crisis.
See Sailer for comments.

My suspicion is that the Jews have tricked everyone into believing the Out-of-Africa theory. Eg, a Sept. 2016 NY Times story said:
In the 1980s, a group of paleoanthropologists and geneticists began championing a hypothesis that modern humans emerged only once from Africa, roughly 50,000 years ago. Skeletons and tools discovered at archaeological sites clearly indicated that modern humans lived after that time in Europe, Asia and Australia.
Notice how the story equates "modern humans" with Africans.

At least the above anthropologist distinguishes Africans from "behaviorally fully modern humans".

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