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We review four main sections of the book starting with his first trip to Tanzania, H. floresiensis, Australopithecus sediba, and Homo naledi.
This study provides further evidence that Homo naledi is indeed not a member of the human holobaramin, but related rather to australopiths.
Baraminic analyses suggest that both H. naledi and H. floresiensis are not part of the human holobaramin.
Baraminology is a holistic science and should distinguish between more or less important morphological characteristics.
Until now there have been two basic theories on the evolution of cellular complexity.
With the inclusion of 37 postcranial morphological characters, this work attempts to reassess the baraminic classification of H. naledi.
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