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Today, the majority of paleoanthropologists believe that the Neandertals were a species separate from modern humans. But most paleoanthropologists also believe that there was at least some degree of cross-fertilization between Neandertals and modern humans. These two beliefs seem to represent a contradiction in the species concept in human evolution that requires clarification.
A new fossil discovery that is ‘dated’ as contemporaneous with Australopithecus afarensis in the middle Pliocene has caused paleoanthropologists to re-evaluate their interpretations.
This book reveals Tattersall and Schwartz revolting against the current scheme of human evolution—especially the straight line arrangement of human ancestry.
When the parents of that four year old boy buried him many years ago, they could not have known how important his remains would be to their descendants.
A popular myth is that radioactive dating methods confirm the geologic time-scale and the concept of human evolution.
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