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Subject: Re: Human & ape evolution
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Xref: panix sci.bio.paleontology:77304
> > > > > > 4 frequent paleo-anthropological prejudices, with 0 evidence:
> > > > > > Many PAs still *assume* that human ancestors
> > > > > > 1) became bipedal when we left the trees for the gound??
> > > > > > 2) came Out-of-Africa (OoA)??
> > > > > > 3) were savanna-dwellers???
> > > > > That is not that popular hypothesis. You typically use it as straw man.
> > > > > Found remains show indications that our ancestors were still well
> > > > > adapted to climbing trees, even after they had begun to walk upright.
> > > > of course:
> > > > https://www.gondwanatalks.com/l/the-waterside-hypothesis-wading-led-to-upright-walking-in-early-humans/
> > > You *are* parroting there groundless H.P. Lowecraft fan-fiction by from two human generations ago. Back then it
> > > was "purely hypothetical" because of gap in fossil record and methods for
> > > sequencing genes were still under development. Right now it is clearly kook
> > > theory that is contradicting with all our evidence. ...
:-DDD *your* evidence!! :-DDD
> It started from African woodland apes. We see Pre-Oldowan woodland ape
> tools in Africa from 3.3 mya.
Even if so, my little little boy, never heard of chimp tool use??
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