posted on Dec, 22 2010 @ 05:07 PM
the video... meh. He lines those three skulls up (australopithecus, homo erectus, homo sapiens) and makes out that the differences are unthinkable.
They ain't. On top of which, all those anatomical features that he's spouting as non-human - heavy brow, wide nose, large eye-sockets, sloping
chin... you get plenty of people with those. And most apes... well, they don't have "large, night-vision eyes". They are, like us, most active
during the day.
As to the BBC article, how many times do I have to say that if they were interbreeding successfully with us, there is no biological basis for
separating them into different species.
Very interesting read, though. Thanks for posting.