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    Denisovans were more advanced than previously thought

    Graham Hancock is in Siberia at the moment, collecting information on the denisovan hominids.

    They're an extinct human species or subspecies whose DNA has been found both in Native Americans and Aborigines.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denisovan

    Recently discovered jewelry may be 70 000 years old.

    More at:

    http://siberiantimes.com/science/cas...ver-australia/

    http://siberiantimes.com/science/cas...000-years-old/

    https://academic.oup.com/mbe/article...ian-and-Native
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    Thanks for those links.... will look them over later on today!
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    I never accepted that "Out of Africa" theory as proven fact. In regards to human history and close-cousins, there are too many unknowns. We have no idea what lays buried beneath the earth, waters and sheets of ice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CasperParks View Post
    I never accepted that "Out of Africa" theory as proven fact. In regards to human history and close-cousins, there are too many unknowns. We have no idea what lays buried beneath the earth, waters and sheets of ice.
    I do agree with your assessment Casper. My take on this, is the overused narrative by the schooling curriculums which are fundamentally driven by the western religions perpetuating the myth, that we (humans) are all new and unique on this planet and "evolved" from somewhere in Africa - poppycock! In this aspect, evolution and divine intervention actually work hand in hand - as long as there was a single source as in "out of Africa" the churches are ok with that, IMO.
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