a reply to: peter vlar
Well no one likes to be wrong lol, but my main goal is gaining more knowledge. I just want to get to the truth!
I do appreciate your long, informative replies by the way, it's good to speak to a paleontologist!
I thought humans were the only species with fused chromosomes, but i guess not!
(Down below I'm just stating my understanding of certain fossils and if I'm wrong anywhere could you point it out? I'm still uncertain about certain
aspects and would like your knowledge on some things if you have to time.)
When I say Cro magnon, i'm referring to a certain type which is found in Europe, North Africa and the Middle east.
They were called Mechta Afalou in North Africa and Cro Magnon in Europe, they came in both continents in
-but aren't they the same anatomically?
They both appeared at the same time with the Aterian wave (Africa) and Aurignacian wave(Europe) 40k years ago, as if from the west and then spread out
further east. I noticed modern anthropologists they call these types Early modern humans,and bunch them in with alot of different AMH types, so what
should these mechtoid fossils be called? Their latest descendants were the Guanches (off an island chain near northern africa) And the 1000 year old
skulls of these Guanches were just like the Mechta Afalou skulls of 40k years ago! The climate was changing around that area, with the Sahara drying
up into a desert, but these Mechtoid peoples anatomically had not changed in those 40k years? I thought with the climate change of the incoming inter
glacial period would speed up their evolution?
So the younger Omo fossil was 150k years old? that gives him 110k years to evolve into that EMH(Cro Magnon) which entered north africa and europe. Are
there any more fossils between Omo 2 and EMH? There are alot of different traits between these two, but i don't see the evolutionary advantage of alot
of these traits? Why did the eye orbits change from round to rectangular? Judging from the bones, why did we get so much weaker? We did we lose our
prathagonism of the jaw? All those Hominins look similar, but the EMH jjust looks so different. What evolutionary advantage could a larger chin have?
or a smallar brow ridge? or larger mastoid bones? or shorter arms? or weaker, frailer feet? The main question which bugs me is; is there any human
bones in any of the pre-humans?
I'm not arguing with you here, these are genuine questions. I was leaning toward intervention theory, but after seeing the Omo fossils i'm on the
Also, however unlikely, it's not impossible
that something interfered with our evolution, is it? I mean, yeah evolution makes sense, but you
can't deny the possibility, however strange it is, inter dimensional or extra terrestrial intelligences interacted with primitive man. Imagine if it
took Omo 2's grand kids and tweaked with them?
Anyway i just ordered some books on this, I want to see every damn fossil and artifact and see how it all adds up.
edit on 26-10-2017 by CromCruachh because: jk
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