|Hey, the monkey wants to know where we're going. - Why, perfection, my good sir.|
|The zigzag scratching, together with evidence that these shells were used as a tool, should prompt a rethinking... Nature handout, 12-3-14 shows fossil Pseudodon shell with Homo erectus engraving, Trinil, Indonesia (Nature/AFP/Wim Lustenhouwer/Business Insider).|
|This is not what happened, not what science even says. We were manipulated.|
|Gatekeeping: knowledge filterers prevent actual science, says Cremo. (Jorge Cham)|
Forbidding archeology = corrupting science
Michael Cremo (mcremo.com)
establishment has ignored these remarkable and inconvenient facts because they contradict the dominant and official views of human origins and antiquity.
The Hidden History of the Human Race
To these scientists, this meant only that the human ancestors of 3.6 million years ago had remarkably modern feet. But according to other scientists, such as physical anthropologist R.H. Tuttle of the University of Chicago, fossil bones of the known australopithecines of 3.6 million years ago show they had feet that were distinctly apelike.
Hence, they were incompatible with the Laetoli prints. In an article in the March 1990 issue of Natural History, Tuttle confessed that "we are left with somewhat of a mystery." It seems permissible, therefore, to consider a possibility neither Tuttle nor Leakey mentioned -- that creatures with anatomically modern human bodies to match their anatomically modern human feet existed some 3.6 million years ago in East Africa.
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In 1965, Bryan Patterson and W. W. Howells found a surprisingly modern humerus (upper arm bone) at Kanapoi, Kenya. Scientists judged the humerus to be over 4 million years old. Henry M. McHenry and Robert S. Corruccini of the University of California said the Kanapoi humerus was "barely distinguishable from modern Homo."
Similarly, Richard Leakey said the ER 1481 femur (thighbone) from Lake Turkana, Kenya, found in 1972, was indistinguishable from that of modern humans.
Scientists normally assign the ER 1481 femur, which is about 2 million years old, to prehuman Homo habilis. But since the ER 1481 femur was found by itself, one cannot rule out the possibility that the rest of the skeleton was also anatomically modern.
Interestingly enough, in 1913 the German scientist Hans Reck found at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania, a complete anatomically modern human skeleton in strata over 1 million years old, inspiring decades of controversy.
Here again, some will caution us not to set a few isolated and controversial examples against the overwhelming amount of noncontroversial evidence showing that anatomically modern humans evolved from more apelike creatures fairly recently -- about 100,000 years ago, in Africa, and, in the view of some, in other parts of the world as well. More
(University of Nevada at Las Vegas, Dec. 1, 2014) Michael Cremo, "The Forbidden Archeologist"
Presenting a new scientifically-based view of human origins
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