posted on Feb, 8 2009 @ 12:21 PM
reply to post by Aubryish
Not that I know of, my understanding of the genetics involved with the migration theory shows that all humans share ancestors, that eventually
settled into their particular points of the world.
As far as we re concerned as a species, the differences are much slighter than what you would have with many of the animals who converged along
Point of example is, if we all evolved separately, then we would have significant troubles trying to interbreed.
We can interbreed successfully, meaning our offspring can successfully produce offspring.
Unlike, for example, lions and tigers, They can produce one generation of offspring, however that generation is sterile. They don't continue to