Utter nonsense at its greatest – extinction of Homo erectus due to “laziness”

Posted On: Oct 3rd, 2018 at 10:30

How do these people ever get jobs?
I’ve heard many a ridiculous theory from archaeologists and anthropologists, but this ranks as one of the highest.
Homo erectus went extinct because it was ‘lazy’, apparently.
In the article is states:
“They really don’t seem to have been pushing themselves,” Dr. Shipton said. “I don’t get the sense they were explorers looking over the horizon. They didn’t have that same sense of wonder that we have.”
How on this great earth do you make statements like that with an extinct species when there is no evidence?
And as usual, the “climate change” excuse comes into the picture as well.
Just like the age-old ‘sacrifice’ term used as an excuse when archaeologists haven’t got a clue what’s going on with a strange burial, we are seeing ‘climate change’ as another pathetic term with absolutely no evidence whatsoever. Climate change has become a part of modern science, and although I’m not suggesting it wasn’t apparent in the past, for the climate has been changing since the earth was formed and will never stop, it’s just a nice little term used because everyone is familiar with it. In the old days people reported seeing elves and fairies as ways of explaining paranormal experiences. Now we say it’s ghosts and aliens, because that’s the level of understanding we have now. And climate change is a similar model being used to explain away anything when you haven’t got another reason. It’s totally ridiculous.
The day we start to realise how very clever these creatures were – sometimes more advanced than us – the quicker we will ourselves evolve.