where hypotheses come to die (madman101) wrote,
where hypotheses come to die


This is interesting to me because I have postulated something similar. I have seen a possible relationship between present Aussie Aboriginals and Europeans as well as Neandertals. Also, I have noticed that there have been several examples of very human-like primates emerging in South East Asia, including, "The Hobbit People," Gigantopithicus, Orangutans, and others. But, around 74-75 thousand years ago, there was a major eruption of a supervolcano down there, which surely decimated the human populations regionally, and also hit it globally. This is probably the genetic, "bottleneck," which many scientists describe. (It is fortunate that we are consequently so genetically similar, in many respects). My theory was that Erectus, Chimpbono types came out of Africa into S.E. Asia, and developed into more human forms, and then dispersed outwards, before and after the supervolcano eruption. There is a problem with apes remaining in one ape-like place, which is that apes keep other apes from diverging into alternate forms. Culling.

New Evidence Suggests Aboriginal Australians Ancestral to Modern Eurasians

Actually, I have become opposed to the whole idea of out-of-ANYTHING. Yes, migrations have had salient influences, but I do feel that the greater influence has been though cross-regional, "static," evolution. If you don't understand what I mean, please ask questions. I have a powerful migraine, lol...

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