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1.) THE ISSUE OF THE FIRST “ANATOMICALLY MODERN” HUMANS
According to Diop, until the 4th Glacial Epoch, the only humans on Earth were the flat-nosed Negroid Race. It was not until the fourth glaciation, lasting 100,000 years, that Negroid Race differentiations and other distinct races occurred.
[THOMAS TRAN]: CHECK IT OUT!
-The First Evidence of anatomically “modern man“, dates to 70,000 ago…
- DNA testing reveals all humans alive today are descended from one man “adam” who lived in Africa around 60,000 ago, 10K years after the first “Anatomically Modern Humans,” first appeared…EXACTLY AS TOLD IN GENESIS!
THIS IS THE ALSO THE TIME...THE FIRST OF US AFRICANS LEFT AFRICA...
“In his book, The Journey of Man: A Genetic Odyssey, Wells describes the exodus from Africa that began around 60,000 years ago, and the path we took to populate the world." - THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC
-From one man only!…Fact!…The latest news of this DNA test by Dr. Spencer Wells…is all over the Science Community!…
- This all occur, like you said…well within the period of the last Glacial Ice Age…Between 70,000years to 10,000 ago…
- During this time…on the continent of Africa, existed other Ice Age life: Wooly Mammoths, Saber Toothed Cats, with white hair (we have found frozen mummified Carcasses)…AND!….
-What would your guess be?…As to the appearance of Humans, at that time?…ALBINOS, RIGHT?…CHECK IT OUT FOR YOURSELVES…
“The last Ice Age started about 70,000 years ago and ended about 10,000 years ago (during the Pleistocene epoch). The Earth was much colder than it is now; snow accumulated on much of the land, glaciers and ice sheets extended over large areas and the sea levels were lower.” -THE TIMELINE INDEX
“During the last Ice Age, there were many large, interesting mammals, like the saber-toothed cats, giant ground sloths, mastodons, and mammoths. These animals have long since gone extinct and are known mostly from fossils, from frozen, mummified carcasses, and even from ancient cave drawings.” - THE TIMELINE INDEX
-RECENT DNA TESTING SUPPORTS THIS FURTHER AS REPORTED ON THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SPECIAL..."SEARCH FOR ADAM"...
"Each drop of blood is essentially a historical document," Wells said. "Our DNA tells the story of the journey of our species." - Dr. Spencer Wells, Geneticists
“New DNA studies suggest that all humans descended from a single African ancestor who lived some 60,000 years ago.” - National Geographic
“By analyzing genetic changes in the Y-chromosome of people in all regions of the world, Wells and colleagues concluded that all humans alive today are descended from a single African man.” - National Geographic
- 60,000 YEARS AGO…AFRICA WAS IN THE MIDST OF A GLACIAL ICE AGE!!!
“In his book, The Journey of Man: A Genetic Odyssey, Wells describes the exodus from Africa that began around 60,000 years ago, and the path we took to populate the world.
Following the southern coastline of Asia, the first early travelers crossed about 250 kilometers [155 miles] of sea, and colonized Australia by around 50,000 years ago. The Aborigines of Australia, Wells says, are the descendants of the first wave of migration out of Africa.
A second wave left Africa around 45,000 years ago and settled in the Middle East, with smaller groups going off to India, northern China, and southern China. As the glaciers of the Ice Age began to retreat around 40,000 years ago and temperatures warmed up, humans moved into Central Asia and multiplied quickly.
Small groups left Central Asia around 35,000 years ago for Europe. Around 20,000 years ago, another small group of Central Asians moved farther north, into Siberia and the Arctic Circle. “ - NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC
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