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Did Homo Sapiens really evolve from Archaic Homo sapiens? If so, where is the proof?

Commented on November 04, 2011
Created November 03, 2011 at 10:20 PM

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As many of us have been taught, modern humans (homo spaiens) evolved from Archaic Homo Sapiens, a group consisting of:

This is typical Darwinist thinking and it seems to be very popular but if it is true, then where are the transitional fossils showing the smooth gradient of evolution from one group to another?

I mean for all we know, modern humans could have been designed in a laboratory by some far advanced species, alien or not, and that the archaic homo sapiens were also created in labs. Perhaps we were even designed before they were but we just happened to be placed on Earth later then them. Sure it sounds crazy. Ok. Then please produce the evidence that disproves this theory.

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on November 04, 2011
at 09:37 AM

If humans were designed in laboratory I do not think it was an "advanced" species that did it...

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on November 03, 2011
at 10:36 PM

And we don't need fossils because we have neanderthal DNA, well some of us do. Also, there are many fossils that are good candidates for hybrids, such as the Lagar Velho child, which has both "human" and neanderthal characteristics. But either way, the paleo diet doesn't require even knowing about that sort of thing and I know people who don't even believe in macroevolution who do paleo, because paleo is more about microevolution

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on November 03, 2011
at 10:36 PM

And we don't need fossils because we have neanderthal DNA, well some of us do. Either way, there are many fossils that are good candidates for hybrids, such as the Lagar Velho child, which has both "human" and neanderthal characteristics. But either way, the paleo diet doesn't require even knowing about that sort of thing and I know people who don't even believe in macroevolution who do paleo, because paleo is more about microevolution.

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on November 03, 2011
at 10:32 PM

This is not the place for debating evolution.

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