reply to post by Captain Obvious
I understand the long history of humans
I'm asking for the 6k-10k believers to explain to me the years in their terms
I want them to have me believe and come on to their side of the fence.
I'd like to see a time line from them
10000 B.C. Planet Earth formed.
6000 B.C. First signs of primeval life (bacteria and blue-green algae) appear in oceans.
5000 B.C. Earliest date to which fossils can be traced.
4400 B.C. Ardipithecus ramidus
4200 B.C. Australopithecus anamensis
3200 B.C. Australopithecus afarenis
2500 B.C. Homo habilis
1800 B.C. Homo erectus
1700 B.C. Homo erectus leaves Africa.
1000 B.C. First modern Homo sapiens in South Africa.
700 B.C. Neanderthal man
350 B.C. Neanderthal man replaced by later groups of Homo sapiens
180 B.C. Cro-Magnons replaced by later cultures.
150 B.C. Migrations across Bering Straits into the Americas.
100 B.C. Semi-permanent agricultural settlements in Old World.
10–40 B.C. Development of settlements into cities and development of skills such as the wheel, pottery, and improved methods of cultivation in
Mesopotamia and elsewhere.
55–30 B.C. begin using agriculture ,Earliest known civilization arises in Sumer (45–40 B.C.). First phonetic writing appears (c. 35 B.C.).
Sumerians develop a city-state civilization (c. 30 B.C.).
30–20 B.C. King Khufu (Cheops), 4th dynasty (27–26 B.C.), completes construction of the Great Pyramid at Giza (c. 26 B.C.). The Great Sphinx of
Giza (c. 25 B.C.) is built by King Khafre.
30–15 B.C. In Britain, Stonehenge erected according to some unknown astronomical rationale. Its three main phases of construction are thought to
span c. 30–15 B.C.
But since we all know 753 BC: Roma (Rome) is founded by Romulus
that would mean Neanderthal and Cro-Mag walked with Homo-sapiens in Rome at some point
which wouldn't make sense.
Its a sarcastic way of saying "Show me the proof"
edit on 5/15/2011 by EvilBat because: fix the 6k-10k date