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Homo Sapiens discovered in Israel!


400,000 years ago according to Tel Aviv University archaeologists the discovery is the ”the earliest evidence for the existence of modern man anywhere in the world."

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Re: Homo Sapiens discovered in Israel!


They're trying to say they found 200,000-400,000 year old Homo sapiens, based solely on a few teeth? emoticon Do these people not realize there are no hard breaks from one species to another, and it could be pre-sapiens or even a closely-related cousin? Maybe it's ]Homo erectus, ]Homo heidelbergensis, or even some extinct species we're not familiar with yet. Then again, maybe it's an ancestor of the ]testicle-eating pacu fish. emoticon

At any rate, early humans ]migrated to Spain much earlier than that, possibly as early as 900,000 years ago. Maybe they went up from Africa through the Straits of Gibraltar, then some of them left Spain around 800,000 years ago, continued clockwise around the Mediterranean Sea, and finally made it to Israel about 400,000 years ago. Imagine, their 400,000-year journey from Spain to Israel could have been a good inspiration for the story about wandering around in the desert for 40 years.


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