And that person has discredited themselves in a discussion about the anthropological origins of human beings, as well as a discussion about evolution.
If you are being that person, I think you've made your position abundantly-er clear.
You'll notice they all share a common ancestor. Can you, in your own words, describe what you think the multiregional hypothesis is suggesting? Or, perhaps, read the link, and pay attention to the very first sentence of the wiki - "The Multiregional hypothesis, Multiregional evolution (MRE) or Polycentric theory is a scientific model that provides an alternative explanation to the more widely accepted, "Out of Africa" model for the pattern of human evolution.
" Honestly, the only people I see really touting this model are racists looking for flimsy excuses to explain why Europeans are totes so much smarter than Africans.
twinsen wrote:If you support the theory for african origin, please just say so. If you have arguments - please add them to the comment.
The following : "This happned, here look at this >>> wiki/Im-useless/and-wrong-too/random-stuff", is just really bad.
I support the most widely accepted theory of African origin, which the multiregional origin hypothesis doesn't really refute, just contends that there are distinct clades arising within each regional sub population.
Now, the reason I (and others!) have linked wikis for you is because your ramblings convey that you have a very poor understanding of the science you are talking about. If you cannot be bothered to read the wikis that explain for you the things you are trying to opine on, I'm not sure why we should be bothered to converse with you.
twinsen wrote:Now on the subject. I think african origin is the quite possible explaination. Followed by this migration you talk about.
How long ago do you think our common ancestor walked this earth?
As it says in the wiki, about 200,000-60,000 years ago.
Since you keep skirting the issue and just throwing up your handwaves, why don't you clearly and concisely state what you think is going on?
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