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Out of Africa Theory


THE HUMAN evolutionary tree changes by the year. In 2016 major paleontology news was made with the discovery of Graecopithecus in Greece and Bulgaria, suggesting human origins in Europe going back some 800,000 years. In 2015 Dr. Lee Berger uncovered Homo Naledi in caves in South Africa. In late 2018,…
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A protein found in the saliva samples of sub-Saharan Africans offers evidence that strongly contradicts the ‘Out of Africa’ theory of human origins SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA has long been considered the birth place of humanity. The region’s Khoisan population is heralded as the oldest known human lineage…
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