The "out of Africa" hypothesis proposes that all humans alive today are descended from a small group of sub- Saharan Africans who made their way out of the continent about 60,000 years ago.
What's that again about a small group of individuals couldn't possibly contain enough genetic variety to result in a healthy population? Something about all the people in the world couldn't have come from Noah and his sons? I guess that's only a problem if you believe in creation. If you believe in evolution, it's perfectly reasonable. Yeah, right....
posted on 04/02/2007 8:32:46 PM PDT
(Welfare was never meant to be a career choice.)
What's that again about a small group of individuals couldn't possibly contain enough genetic variety to result in a healthy population?
WHAT!?You tryin' to say that when EVOLUTION makes a 'mutation' that it's wonderfulness does NOT progate to ALL of the mutatee's offspring - a 'small population'?
posted on 04/03/2007 4:52:13 AM PDT
(Heck is where people, who don't believe in Gosh, think they are not going...)
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