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Dr Meave Leakey, one of the authors of a paper published by the leading journal Nature yesterday, said: "Their coexistence makes it unlikely that Homo erectus evolved from Homo habilis.
Both species must, therefore, have had their origins between two and three million years ago, a time from which few human fossils are known, and the hunt is on to find Homo erectus's real ancestor.
"But we know a bit more about the process of human evolution [as a result of this research]. It is very much like the evolutionary path of any other animal, with lots of side branches and not a single straight line that you see in cartoons."
Please provide proof of what you think to be true then.
Originally posted by OhZone
Why exactly was evolution necessary?
And why are you stuck with thinking that it happened on Earth?
Where is the proof? There is none. There is no evidence that one species ever evolved into another. The only thing evident is that there are many different similar creatures that existed at apparently different times, and many that co-existed.
Why exactly do most people refuse to think outside the box?
Why exactly do most people automaticly toss out the idea that Earth was in fact colonized by people from other worlds?
Who were these people and where did they go?
who were they.
And look at the skulls of these Egyptian mummies. They are of a different species that modern man. Where did they go?