Scientism and The Birthplace Of Mankind
The “out of Africa” origin story for mankind is a lie. It has always been a lie, and the science has always been wrong.
But lately, they’ve finally come around to publicly stating that the science has been completely wrong on this topic for the past three decades:
Scientists have revealed a surprisingly complex origin of our species, rejecting the long-held argument that modern humans arose from one place in Africa during one period in time.
By analyzing the genomes of 290 living people, researchers concluded that modern humans descended from at least two populations that coexisted in Africa for a million years before merging in several independent events across the continent. The findings were published on Wednesday in Nature.
“There is no single birthplace,” said Eleanor Scerri, an evolutionary archaeologist at the Max Planck Institute for Geoarchaeology in Jena, Germany, who was not involved in the new study. “It really puts a nail in the coffin of that idea.”
In fact, this theory is not new, but is just becoming widely accepted.
Even five years ago, the truth was floating around that pointed toward the same conclusion:
No single birthplace of mankind, say scientists
Researchers say it is time to drop the idea that modern humans originated from a single population in a single location
The origins of our species have long been traced to east Africa, where the world’s oldest undisputed Homo sapiens fossils were discovered. About 300,000 years ago, the story went, a group of primitive humans there underwent a series of genetic and cultural shifts that set them on a unique evolutionary path that resulted in everyone alive today.
However, a team of prominent scientists is now calling for a rewriting of this traditional narrative, based on a comprehensive survey of fossil, archaeological and genetic evidence. Instead, the international team argue, the distinctive features that make us human emerged mosaic-like across different populations spanning the entire African continent. Only after tens or hundreds of thousands of years of interbreeding and cultural exchange between these semi-isolated groups, did the fully fledged modern human come into being.
Dr Eleanor Scerri, an archaeologist at Oxford University, who led the international research, said: “This single origin, single population view has stuck in people’s mind … but the way we’ve been thinking about it is too simplistic.”
This continental-wide view would help reconcile contradictory interpretations of early Homo sapiens fossils varying greatly in shape, scattered from South Africa (Florisbad) to Ethiopia (Omo Kibish) to Morocco (Jebel Irhoud).
Surely the science won’t change again in another couple of decades when this new theory is also demonstratably proven to be false, and we have (more) evidence of outside-of-Africa origins!
Nearly every single thing they told me when I was a kid—Darwinistic evolutionary pressures, random mutations, polar ice caps melting, being gay is genetic, this single-point Africa origin story, etc.—has been proven by their own science to be a lie.
It really takes far more faith to trust in anything the science says than just using some common sense.
The people that continue to buy into this must be sadomasochists. It’s really the only excuse at this point. You have to willfully enjoy going through the humiliation ritual every decade when the new narrative is provided that contradicts the old.
Modern science is all politics, conjecture, and lies. There is little truth to be found within the ivory walls.
Even the scientists themselves say the science is a fraud:
We did not all arise out of Africa. We are not all Africans.
This is common sense to anyone with even the slightest bit of rational thinking. It is obviously true.
But that rational thinking is hard to find today. Instead, we are surrounded by idiots and “intellectuals”, which is redundant:
Maybe one day we can return science to its rightful place. But I’m not optimistic. Once the people realize how much they’ve been lied to, is there really any way to ever go back?
I doubt it.
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