Mitochondrial DNA and fossil evidence indicates that modern humans originated in Africa about 200,000 years ago
Two critical mutations appeared roughly 200,000 years ago in a gene linked to language, then swept through the population at roughly the same time anatomically modern humans began to dominate the planet, according to new research.
Originally posted by Kandinsky
reply to post by MrsBlonde
Tellinger is like a bad penny. Two years ago he was touting Adam's Calendar. In the years before that he was trying to sell books about humanity as a 'Slave Species.' He was retreading the path of Sitchin with an extra twist along the lines of the Aliens movies. I'd provide a link to his 'Slave Species' website, but it went offline last year. Maybe the wayback machine can find it?
It's possible that he'd set his sights on a kind of Icke fame and exchanged those ambitions for the success of Graham Hancock. Here he is again...maybe three times is a charm?
ETA: Nope...I was wrong...Slave Species lives again. He's on tour again too. Maybe this will be his year at last!
[edit on 25-7-2010 by Kandinsky]
Originally posted by Skyfloating
Its very difficult for stuff to survive even 1000 years, not to mention 200 000. This is great news if true. Those who claim we were apes 200 000 years ago wont like it though...
OH I KNOW ,my main reason for posting this is Something is there and I would love more details about it, I dunno what to think about the 'Slave Species' thing.