Skip to comments.Meet our oldest human ancestor...the cannibal: How earliest species was toothy little devil
Posted on 05/28/2010 7:13:35 AM PDT by C19fan
Many people will admit to having the odd rogue ancestor. But now scientists believe we may all be related to cannibals. The claim comes after the discovery of what is thought to be the oldest human species: a toothy tree swinger named Homo gautengensis. The new species emerged more than two million years ago and died out approximately 600,000 years ago, according to Dr Darren Curnoe, the anthropologist who identified him.
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Wow, another extinct ape...
Mohammed .1 ?
What. a. load. of. horse. crap.
Will the "scientists" never stop trying to deny the Divine spark in man? A dog-is-a-rat-is-a-boy only leads to Hitler's ovens.
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Maybe he wasn't in YOUR family tree . . . .
Some years ago I read a book whose thesis was that not only were our ancestors cannibals, it was the very fact of their diet which especially included eating brains that was the cause of the quantum leap in our own brain development and evolution of the species into homo sapiens.
I can’t remember the name of the book or the author, but I can’t seem to forget the idea behind it. It’s a no-brainer.
Probably the second Indiana Jones movie made a deep impression on him.