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> You *are* parroting there groundless H.P. Lowecraft fan-fiction by
You sound like an idiot trying very hard not to sound like an idiot.
> It started from African woodland apes.
That's a conclusion i.e. "circular reasoning."
Seems that we should be the furthest away, genetically, from the FIRST
so called apes to peel off from us, and the closest genetically to the
most recent of the so called apes to peel off from our line. Well the Chimps
are the closest and they're in Africa. Orangutans are way over in Asia.
> We see Pre-Oldowan woodland ape
> tools in Africa from 3.3 mya.
Speculation. We see broken rocks. In some instances it has been claimed
that BILLIONS upon BILLIONS of broken rocks, in a single site, are tools.
They do not have a good record here...
> Oldowan tools (and butchered hippos) in Africa from 2.9 mya.
Not associated with Homo, if the claims hold up.
It's not a fact that they even are tools.
> The later Acheulean tools we see similarly starting from 1.76 mya East
> Africa and then spreading to elsewhere slowly between 1.5 mya to 0.8
They were already in China BEYOND 2 million years ago, and they weren't
And how did "Woodland Apes" spread from a corner in Africa to Europe,
Asia and beyond?
Where did they get the DHA their brains needed?
Why do we find what looks like Ardi/Lucy teeth in Europe 10 million years
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