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Nature and BBC’s news report refuting the so-called evolutionary scenario

An article published in Nature journal in June 8th, 2017 featured the human fossil remains recently discovered in Morocco, which are estimated to be 315,000 years old. Thus, the discovery has given rise to the discussion that the origin of Homo Sapience species might date back to 100,000 years earlier than thought before. BBC in particular, the local news outlets such as Sözcü newspaper, …

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Evolutionary ancestor-descendant propaganda is merely a bedtime story

One principle component in the propaganda of the fairy tale that species evolved from one another is the fossil species considered within an ancestor-descendant relationship. These relationships may assume concrete form in diagrams in which different species are located on the branches of a family tree, or in the words of a scientist interpreting the skulls laid out in a …

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