Now is the time to change the theory… but no one is listening

Posted On: Jan 20th, 2020 at 10:53

Israel / Africa

Still my annoyance grows at the stupidity of this whole theory. I am constantly reiterating my point, over and over again, so let’s have a recap:

The prevailing theory:
Humans were thought to have left Africa 50,000 years ago, but new findings pushed this date back to 100,000 years. Then more new findings, and more new findings, and here we have another one, which pushes the date back. Scientists often cannot think outside of the box; it seems they are incapable of doing so, and that is the frustrating part.

Here’s the theory I have proposed in my 2014 book, The Evolution, and which I continue to argue:
Pre-human hominids left Africa, possible millions of years ago. Those that remained in Africa evolved into the African race – what we would term ‘Sub-Saharan Africa’. Two other groups migrated – one to the Middle East, and even as far as India, and eventually into Europe. The other migrated farther east and evolved into the Oriental race.

So, instead of continuing to push these dates back, why can’t they try a new theory? I am not suggesting mine is correct, but it is at least offering a different solution. It’s like they are trying to put a square plug into a round hole, and instead of putting the square plug down and picking up a round one, they just keep filing the edges of the square plug until it fits. The problem is, new findings, over and over again, prove the theory is no longer valid.

One of the most profound findings was two years ago when human remains were found in Greece, dating to 7.2 million years ago. This finding places “humans” outside of Africa before humans even evolved:

Then there were the 5-million-year-old footprints found on Crete:

Crete has been an island for millions of years, so how did these footprints get there? Either those creatures arrived millions of years ago, so far into the past that the entire theory of evolution has to be nothing more than a joke, or they managed to cross the sea. Either one of those possibilities blows the entire theory of Evolution, and especially Out-of-Africa, entirely out of the window!

So, are they ignoring this stuff on purpose, or is it me?