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    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/02/100222121618.htm

    "The journey started around 60 to 70 thousand years ago in Africa, where modern humans evolved more than 150 thousand years ago, and where human diversity is still the highest among all continents in terms of genetic variation and languages. From there, humans settled Europe and South Asia and reached Oceania. The Americas (apart from the remote Oceanian islands) were settled last."

    I searched all over the site above and couldn't find any of the DNA evidence for what is asserted.

    Are we just supposed to believe based on their word? It's so bizzare. They look at microscopic things through a microscope and create man in their own image.
    If you will follow the link below I found from the one above, and read the quote from the founder of that organisation, and compare that with the fact that billions of people all over the world are in lockstep with whatever the "scientist" are saying, it becomes apparent that the human race is schizophrenic.


    http://www.worldtransformation.com/?gclid=CP271dS3yaQCFaxd7Aod7znGCg
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    10 Oct '10 23:50
    You can see it in mitochondrial DNA.
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    Originally posted by AThousandYoung
    You can see it in mitochondrial DNA.
    Ok! I'll look it up and "see" for myself.

    And it better be good or I'm coming after you.

    But not today.
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    11 Oct '10 00:202 edits
    Originally posted by josephw
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/02/100222121618.htm

    [b]"The journey started around 60 to 70 thousand years ago in Africa, where modern humans evolved more than 150 thousand years ago, and where human diversity is still the highest among all continents in terms of genetic variation and languages. From there, humans settled Europe and South Asia a s schizophrenic.


    http://www.worldtransformation.com/?gclid=CP271dS3yaQCFaxd7Aod7znGCg
    [/b]The evidence is genetic, paleontological (that's fossils), archaeological (that's settlement sites), linguistic (that's language), and finally - and most importantly - scientific (that's NO ARKS!).
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    11 Oct '10 00:231 edit
    Originally posted by josephw
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/02/100222121618.htm

    [b]"The journey started around 60 to 70 thousand years ago in Africa, where modern humans evolved more than 150 thousand years ago, and where human diversity is still the highest among all continents in terms of genetic variation and languages. From there, humans settled Europe and South Asia a s schizophrenic.


    http://www.worldtransformation.com/?gclid=CP271dS3yaQCFaxd7Aod7znGCg
    [/b]Interestingly there are a bunch of fossils found in South America that seem to resemble Australian Aborigines. There are a few researchers that think this may indicate that Aborigines, or closely related groups, traveled to the Americas much earlier than previously thought.
    Of course, we await your favourite ... genetic examination! [cue drums and brooding music]
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    Originally posted by josephw
    Ok! I'll look it up and "see" for myself.

    And it better be good or I'm coming after you.

    But not today.
    http://www.actionbioscience.org/evolution/ingman.html

    I only skimmed the site but it looks solid.

    EDIT

    This part is nonsense:

    The evolutionary history of aboriginal populations still remains a mystery.

    Try Wiki too.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recent_African_origin_of_modern_humans
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Migration_map4.png
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FilešŸ˜•preading_homo_sapiens.jpg
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    well it also could be true that man evolved when the continents were close what is now the atlantic . after some earthquakes and volcanos it split the community with a melting of ice the atlantic was created and so too was the african and american continents, our history is below the waves. A similar thing happened when england got seperated from europe by what is now called north sea and english channel. or maybe we were in the pacific were it happened, or even between what we now know as australia and india the list goes on
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    Originally posted by stoker
    well it also could be true that man evolved when the continents were close what is now the atlantic . after some earthquakes and volcanos it split the community with a melting of ice the atlantic was created and so too was the african and american continents, our history is below the waves. A similar thing happened when england got seperated from europe by wh ...[text shortened]... cific were it happened, or even between what we now know as australia and india the list goes on
    Indeed.
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    Originally posted by stoker
    well it also could be true that man evolved when the continents were close what is now the atlantic . after some earthquakes and volcanos it split the community with a melting of ice the atlantic was created and so too was the african and american continents, our history is below the waves. A similar thing happened when england got seperated from europe by wh ...[text shortened]... cific were it happened, or even between what we now know as australia and india the list goes on
    "...the list goes on"


    So true, and my point exactly. With all the preponderance of evidence submitted as proof for evolution, it is a mere scratch on the surface of something too big for any science developed by man to begin to fathom.

    A few bones, a cave drawing, and some microscopic DNA from a vast graveyard ocean spanning how many years?!
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    Wow. You people actually took stoker's post seriously? I didn't respond to him because he's so clueless.
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    14 Oct '10 06:25
    Originally posted by AThousandYoung
    Wow. You people actually took stoker's post seriously? I didn't respond to him because he's so clueless.
    They will take anything, however nonsensical so long as it supports their position. If someone said it was aliens, they would be quite happy with it, so long as they were Christian aliens.
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    14 Oct '10 06:28
    Originally posted by josephw
    With all the preponderance of evidence submitted as proof for evolution, it is a mere scratch on the surface of something too big for any science developed by man to begin to fathom.
    And in your next sentence you will probably support ID which claims not only to be able to fathom it, but also exclude all possible natural explanations.
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    14 Oct '10 09:21
    Originally posted by AThousandYoung
    Wow. You people actually took stoker's post seriously? I didn't respond to him because he's so clueless.
    wow im clueless .WELL my unlearned friend england was joined to europe and the channel was not there untill the melting of the north pole [please check] and the africa and america are even now being pushed apart so at one time would have been close if not joined australia has been pushed away from india all this is in scientific evedence. and if you spent time in some minor study you would discover it for yourself.
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    14 Oct '10 18:06
    Originally posted by stoker
    wow im clueless .WELL my unlearned friend england was joined to europe and the channel was not there untill the melting of the north pole [please check] and the africa and america are even now being pushed apart so at one time would have been close if not joined australia has been pushed away from india all this is in scientific evedence. and if you spent time in some minor study you would discover it for yourself.
    Our ancestors looked like rats at the time. You know, dinosaurs and all that? No cats, no dogs, no elephants, no kangaroos...humans were not anywhere near in existence. Mammals were a new, unusual species at the time!
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    15 Oct '10 10:36
    Originally posted by AThousandYoung
    Our ancestors looked like rats at the time. You know, dinosaurs and all that? No cats, no dogs, no elephants, no kangaroos...humans were not anywhere near in existence. Mammals were a new, unusual species at the time!
    or so they would have you belive . and it could be the facts are below the waves
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