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Interesting new hominin footprints, NOT in Africa

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Interestin' find ! 

 

"'This discovery challenges the established narrative of early human evolution head-on and is likely to generate a lot of debate. Whether the human origins research community will accept fossil footprints as conclusive evidence of the presence of hominins in the Miocene of Crete remains to be seen,' says Per Ahlberg."  

 

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Past findings that challenge the out of Africa hypothesis and time line usually do not generate debate but are normally ignored.     Most of the science of human evolution is based on fossil findings in one small region of Africa.       That is like basing all the geological history of the planet earth on the geology of Africa.      That such findings are possible in Africa at all, are due the the fact that the African continent has been relatively stable geologically for 100s of millions of years.       Sure it has moved around, bounced off other continents, and been part of Pangea the super continent,   but it is relatively stable geologically compared with the rest of the continents.     Perhaps fossil evidence of the true time line of humanity simply has been ground to dust in the more geologically active continents.    Where I sit right now on the coast of Oregon was at one time part of a very high mountain range that has simply eroded away.  

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Earlier thread, different source

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My understanding is that all of the fossils used to establish currently accepted evolution of man could fit into the bed of a single pickup truck.  That's some sparse evidence.

 

Combine that with anomalous artifacts which suggest that man has been around for a lot longer than currently accepted and you've got to keep an open mind.

 

If you're interested in anomalous archeological finds that fall outside of currently accepted theory, I recommend the book, Forbidden Archeology" as a start.  It's 914 pages, which indicates just how much physical evidence is being ignored by mainstream archeology.  https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004LE7OHI/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1

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Much of Forbidden Archeology is about rock tools etc.    So much in fact it is hard to stay interested in the book.    But the point of the book is that where such rock tools are found that fit the timeline and mainstream origin theory,   they are studied and accepted.   But put those tools outside that area in Africa and back more than a million years then they are just a bunch of rocks in one location that remarkably look like human tools.    Oh the fire circles nearby in the same strata are probably just a tree that got hit by lightning.   Everyone knows that humans did not use fire that early.    Everything that challenges main stream theory has several alternative explanations,   other than one which says scientific dogma is wrong.    Then you get into really bizare and hard to explain stuff like modern looking human skeletons encased in Carboniferous Era coal deposits hundreds of feet below the surface in North America.    Or fabricated metal objects,  of an unknown metal alloy,  embedded in coal.    The only thing that science can come up with in cases like that is deliberate hoax by coal miners.  Funny how hoax is always chosen when you cannot explain something away.   While I cannot begin to imagine how to explain those things either,   it certainly points to the history of humanity being either totally wrong, very incomplete, or both. 

 

Then every time you turn around new information like this emerges to confuse the traditional Out of Africa hypothesis.     http://www.history.com/news/did-the-first-human-ancestor-emerge-in-europe-not-africa

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There's also an entire chapter on extant hairy hominids. 

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