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  1. Anne Thandouser
    September 3, 2017

    I have always believed that we were not from a single ancestor. Since I was an anthropologist it just seemed to me, that humans must have multiple ancestors. Now that we have better measures to find dates, and we can, sometimes, obtain DNA from the remains.

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  2. Roslyn Ross
    May 30, 2017

    Ascertaining truth was always hard. It is harder in the past half century and more because academia has taken up the view that opinion is equal to fact. Political correctness abounds and distorts and manipulates data, consciously and unconsciously.

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    • evstrong
      May 30, 2017

      you have summarised it well well actually

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      • Anne Thandouser
        September 3, 2017

        Thank you!

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  3. Lee
    July 5, 2015

    Does this mean ,
    Dreaming our Dream time may be on par with,
    Christianity’s Adam and Eve.
    So our Lord and son Jesus, may in some way with the Holy sprit,
    Be connected to Aboriginal Dreaming.
    I’m a Believer

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  4. Spirit Bird Intuitive Arts
    March 1, 2015

    Marvelous news!! Then we would be wise as recipients of our present life on Earth 60,000 years later, to not continue to decimate but to respect the oldest culture and origins of beings. This includes protecting the ancient tree and plant species, animal species, as well as the ancient communities and their ways, from extinction or modification. It’s been life-giving for more than 60,000 years. Balanced. One with the Land. Eradicating it now makes no sense. Thank you for the research and the article.

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  5. Graham
    February 28, 2015

    This is what I have always believed. We are not from the one ancestor. We are from several ancestors. We are not all the same species. We are the same genus. We are Homo Africanus, Homo Australis, Homo Sinensis and a lot of others. There is no real proof of the migration, only positive speculation.When are anthropologists going to realise the real story of the Origin of Man. Why are Homo Negris the only “Homo Sapien” to suffer Sickle Cell Anaemia? Why do other ‘species’ have a proclivity to other diseases or tendencies and others are unaffected? Why are Homo Australis prone to addiction and others not?

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