The Lie of Human Evolution

The Articles “Out Of Africa Again…Again?” And “The Multiregional Evolution Of Humans”

These articles concerned an aspect of the human evolution scenarios which is the subject of fierce debate amongst evolutionists. The article “Out of Africa” was written by Ian Tattersall, curator in the Department of Anthropology of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. In his article he produced the scenario whereby modern man emerged in Africa and …

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The Complex Design and High Processing Capacity in the Human Brain

There is an exceedingly complex design in the human brain. At the basis of this design lies the fact that are large number of brain cells are linked to one another by a very large number of connections. Professor of biology Ursula Goodenough summarizes this network of connections and the way it functions: The brain of every human contains about …

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Why It Is Meaningless For Evolutionists To Use Australopithecus In Their Human Evolution Claims

Evolutionists give the name Australopithecus, meaning ‘southern ape,’ to man’s first alleged ape-like ancestor. In fact, these creatures are nothing but an ancient extinct species of ape. Although various Australopithecus species have been found, only Australopithecus afarensis (represented by ‘Lucy,’ put forward as proof of human evolution when discovered in 1974) is regarded as man’s direct ancestor. Detailed analysis of …

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Discussions Concerning Early Hominids [*]

Three fossils (Orrorin tugenensis, Ardipithecus ramidus kadabba, Sahelanthropus tchadensis) discovered in the past few years have been attributed into the human evolution scenario; they have often been mentioned in some publications as discoveries that cast light on the supposed divergence of humans and chimpanzees. But these estimations are totally unrealistic in that they ignore the prejudice and the unclarity that …

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