Lee PROVES the Out of Europe theory on Human origins 
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 Lee PROVES the Out of Europe theory on Human origins

Adimt yuor stuipd.

The oldest evidence for "Modern" hunting appears in
Germany, more than 300,000 years ago:

http://www.***.com/ %C3%B6ninger_Speere

But check this out, Lee/etc says it took as much as
another 300,000 years for it to reach Africa!  So, it
began in Europe and, according to Lee/etc, very slowly
arrived in Africa:

: Points and point fragments from Middle Stone Age layers (dated to
: between 50,000 and 60,000 years ago) from Sibudu Cave, KwaZulu-
Natal,
: South Africa, were examined to establish whether they were used as
: hafted spearheads for hunting.

In his demented brain there is no contradiction....



Fri, 18 Apr 2014 07:52:30 GMT
 Lee PROVES the Out of Europe theory on Human origins


Fri, 19 Jun 1992 00:00:00 GMT
 Lee PROVES the Out of Europe theory on Human origins

Quote:
> The oldest evidence for "Modern" hunting appears in
> Germany, more than 300,000 years ago:

http://www.***.com/
"According to Professor Lee R. Berger of the University of
Wi{*filter*}ersrand,
numerous fossil bones indicate some populations of Heidelbergensis
were
"giants" routinely over 2.13 m (7 ft) tall and inhabited South Africa
between 0.5 million and 300,000 years ago.[3]"


Fri, 18 Apr 2014 08:46:04 GMT
 Lee PROVES the Out of Europe theory on Human origins


Fri, 19 Jun 1992 00:00:00 GMT
 Lee PROVES the Out of Europe theory on Human origins

Cut yuorslef.

So I pointed out the facts:

: The oldest evidence for "Modern" hunting appears in
: Germany, more than 300,000 years ago:
:
: http://www.***.com/ %C3%B6ninger_Speere
:
: But check this out, Lee/etc says it took as much as
: another 300,000 years for it to reach Africa!  So, it
: began in Europe and, according to Lee/etc, very slowly
: arrived in Africa:

Clue for the clueless:  The above cite is talking about
spears, perfectly balanced throwing spears, placing the
absolute oldest (by far) evidence for "modern" hunting
In Europe -- Germany to be specific -- around 400 thousand
years ago.

Again, "Spears."  It's talking about "hunting spears," modern
"hunting spears" found in Europe -- the oldest evidence for
such activity.

Now, because of his lack of reading comprehension coupled
to his astounding array of severe mental illnesses, Lee/Steve/
Claude/Tom/etc posted THIS in reply:


Quote:
> http://www.***.com/
> "According to Professor Lee R. Berger of the University of
> Wi{*filter*}ersrand,
> numerous fossil bones indicate some populations of Heidelbergensis
> were
> "giants" routinely over 2.13 m (7 ft) tall and inhabited South Africa
> between 0.5 million and 300,000 years ago.[3]"

Anything about spears?  Hunting? Anything responding to what
I said at all?

Nope.

The above in no way, shape or form contradicts ANYTHING I've
ever said at any time, in any thread in any group, yet Lee/etc
has no idea that this is the case. None. His severe mental
illnesses (along with his trademark stupidity) has completely
blinded him to this fact. Somehow he actually believes that an
unrelated quote contradicts me....

Amazing.



Fri, 18 Apr 2014 10:09:58 GMT
 Lee PROVES the Out of Europe theory on Human origins


Fri, 19 Jun 1992 00:00:00 GMT
 Lee PROVES the Out of Europe theory on Human origins

Quote:
> So I pointed out the facts:

http://www.***.com/
"According to Professor Lee R. Berger of the University of
Wi{*filter*}ersrand,
numerous fossil bones indicate some populations of Heidelbergensis
were
"giants" routinely over 2.13 m (7 ft) tall and inhabited South Africa
between 0.5 million and 300,000 years ago.[3]"

Thanks, further proof Out of Africa is the accepeted hypothesis.



Fri, 18 Apr 2014 23:46:42 GMT
 Lee PROVES the Out of Europe theory on Human origins


Fri, 19 Jun 1992 00:00:00 GMT
 Lee PROVES the Out of Europe theory on Human origins

Cut yuorslef.

So I pointed out the facts:
: The oldest evidence for "Modern" hunting appears in
: Germany, more than 300,000 years ago:
:
: http://www.***.com/ %C3%B6ninger_Speere
:
: But check this out, Lee/etc says it took as much as
: another 300,000 years for it to reach Africa!  So, it
: began in Europe and, according to Lee/etc, very slowly
: arrived in Africa:

Clue for the clueless:  The above cite is talking about
spears, perfectly balanced throwing spears, placing the
absolute oldest (by far) evidence for "modern" hunting
In Europe -- Germany to be specific -- around 400 thousand
years ago.

Again, "Spears."  It's talking about "hunting spears," modern
"hunting spears" found in Europe -- the oldest evidence for
such activity.

Now, because of his lack of reading comprehension coupled
to his astounding array of severe mental illnesses, Lee/Steve/
Claude/Tom/etc posted THIS in reply:


Quote:
> http://www.***.com/
> "According to Professor Lee R. Berger of the University of
> Wi{*filter*}ersrand,
> numerous fossil bones indicate some populations of Heidelbergensis
> were
> "giants" routinely over 2.13 m (7 ft) tall and inhabited South Africa
> between 0.5 million and 300,000 years ago.[3]"

Anything about spears?  Hunting? Anything responding to what
I said at all?

Nope.

The above in no way, shape or form contradicts ANYTHING I've
ever said at any time, in any thread in any group, yet Lee/etc
has no idea that this is the case. None. His severe mental
illnesses (along with his trademark stupidity) has completely
blinded him to this fact. Somehow he actually believes that an
unrelated quote contradicts me....

Amazing, But it gets even worse. Check out what the psycho
said next:

Quote:
> Thanks, further proof Out of Africa is the accepeted hypothesis.

Lee/Tom/etc is so ignorant, so bat shit crazy that he thinks this
fits into "Out of Africa/Replacement" theory.

The paste eating reject from the short bus honestly has no idea
what "Out of Africa" even says!  Or, more likely, the deranged
part of his brain (as opposed to the moron side) simply invents
a new definition whenever it suits him...

WHAT A JACKASS!



Sun, 20 Apr 2014 03:06:09 GMT
 Lee PROVES the Out of Europe theory on Human origins


Fri, 19 Jun 1992 00:00:00 GMT
 Lee PROVES the Out of Europe theory on Human origins
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-14947363
Clive Finlayson, director of the Gibraltar Museum,....
"In my view, it is the field of genetics that will help
us most in clarifying matters," he told BBC News."

"With the advent of intensive
research on modern human mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA),
paleoanthropology attained a turning point; among other
things, the genetic data reinforced the Out-of-African origin
theory and set possible scenarios for human dispersals
[2123] (Beyin 2011)."



Sun, 20 Apr 2014 03:20:13 GMT
 Lee PROVES the Out of Europe theory on Human origins


Fri, 19 Jun 1992 00:00:00 GMT
 Lee PROVES the Out of Europe theory on Human origins


Quote:
> "With the advent of intensive
> research on modern human mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA),
> paleoanthropology attained a turning point; among other
> things, the genetic data reinforced the Out-of-African origin

Actually, the DNA evidence disproved out of Africa, as you
demonstrated with your cites of up to 4% Neanderthal and
up to 6% "Denisovan" DNA for non Africans....

That proves interbreeding, to say the least.



Sun, 20 Apr 2014 08:37:17 GMT
 Lee PROVES the Out of Europe theory on Human origins


Fri, 19 Jun 1992 00:00:00 GMT
 Lee PROVES the Out of Europe theory on Human origins

Quote:

> Actually, the DNA evidence

proved Out of Africa:

http://www.***.com/

"Genetic and fossil evidence supports a single, recent (<200,000 yr)
origin of modern Homo sapiens in Africa, followed by later population
divergence and dispersal across the globe (the Out of Africa model)
(McEvoy et al. 2011)."

http://www.***.com/
"Recent studies have revealed that 23% of the genome of non-
Africans might come from Neanderthals, suggesting a more complex
scenario of modern human evolution than previously anticipated. In
this paper, we use a model of admixture during a spatial expansion
to study the hybridization of Neanderthals with modern humans
during their spread out of Africa. We find that observed low levels
of Neanderthal ancestry in Eurasians are compatible with a very low
rate of interbreeding (<2%), potentially attributable to a very strong
avoidance of interspecific matings, a low fitness of hybrids, or both
(Currat and Excoffier 2011)."

  http://www.***.com/
Keywords:Out of Africa;behavi{*filter*}evolution;modern human
origins;Neanderthal extinction
Abstract
"Twenty-one years ago, a landmark exploration of mitochondrial DNA
diversity popularized the idea of a recent African origin for all
living humans.1 The ancestral African population was estimated to
have
existed 200 ka (thousands of years ago) plus or minus a few tens of
thousands of years. A corollary was that at some later date the fully
modern African descendants of that population expanded to swamp or
replace the Neanderthals and other nonmodern Eurasians. The basic
concept soon became known as Out of Africa, after the Academy Award
winning film (1985) that took its title, in turn, from Isak Dinesen's
classic autobiography (1937). Many subsequent genetic analyses,
including those of Ingman and coworkers2 and Underhill and coworkers,
3
have reaffirmed the fundamental Out of Africa model. The fossil and
archeological records also support it strongly. The fossil record
implies that anatomically modern or near-modern humans were present
in
Africa by 150 ka; the fossil and archeological records together
indicate that modern Africans expanded to Eurasia beginning about 50
ka."

http://www.***.com/
Abstract
"The information left by recombination in our genomes can be used
to make inferences on our recent evolutionary history.
Specifically, the number of past recombination events in a
population sample is a function of its effective population
size (Ne). We have applied a method, Identifying Recombination
in Sequences (IRiS), to detect specific past recombination events
in 30 Old World populations to infer their Ne. We have found that
sub-Saharan African populations have an Ne that is approximately
four times greater than those of non-African populations and that
outside of Africa, South Asian populations had the largest Ne.
We also observe that the patterns of recombinational diversity of
these populations correlate with distance out of Africa if that
distance is measured along a path crossing South Arabia. No such
correlation is found through a Sinai route, suggesting that
anatomically modern humans first left Africa through the Bab-el-
Mandeb
strait rather than through present Egypt."

This coincides with the archaeological evidence:

Abstract
"The dispersal of Homo sapiens out of Africa is a significant topic
in
human evolutionary studies.
Most investigators agree that our species arose in Africa and
subsequently spread out to occupy
 much of Eurasia. Researchers have argued that populations expanded
along the Indian Ocean rim at
 ca 60 000 years ago during a single rapid dispersal event, probably
employing a coastal route
towards Australasia. Archaeologists have been relatively silent about
the movement and expansion
 of human populations in terrestrial environments along the Indian
Ocean rim, although it is clear
 that Homo sapiens reached Australia by ca 45 000 years ago. Here, we
synthesize and document
current genetic and archaeological evidence from two major
landmasses,
the Arabian peninsula and
 the Indian subcontinent, regions that have been underplayed in the
story of out of Africa dispersals.
 We suggest that modern humans were present in Arabia and South Asia
earlier than currently believed,
 and probably coincident with the presence of Homo sapiens in the
Levant between ca 130 and 70 000
years ago. We show that climatic and environmental fluctuations
during
the Late Pleistocene would
have had significant demographic effects on Arabian and South Asian
populations, though indigenous
populations would have responded in different ways. Based on a review
of the current genetic,
archaeological and environmental data, we indicate that demographic
patterns in Arabia and South
Asia are more interesting and complex than surmised to date."

Out of Africa: new hypotheses and evidence for the dispersal of Homo
sapiens along the Indian Ocean rim
Michael D. Petraglia, Michael Haslam, Dorian Q. Fuller, Nicole
Boivin,
Chris Clarkson
Annals of Human Biology, Vol. 37, No. 3. (1 June 2010), pp. 288-311.



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