The history of human evolution has been rewritten after scientists discovered that Europe was the birthplace of mankind, not Africa. 

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Currently, most experts believe that our human lineage split from apes around seven million years ago in central Africa, where hominids remained for the next five million years before venturing further afield.

But two fossils of an ape-like creature which had human-like teeth have been found in Bulgaria and Greece, dating to 7.2 million years ago.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2017/05/22/europe-birthplace-mankind-not-africa-scientists-find/

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4 comments

  1. ᛋᛉᚺ|ᛟᚾ · May 23

    Ok, this is a game changer I am actually excited to read of it!

    Liked by 1 person

    • vikinglifeblog · May 24

      I happy for that!.
      I have never cared if we came from Africa or not, I am just tired of (((them))) using it as an anti-white argument.

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      • ᛋᛉᚺ|ᛟᚾ · May 24

        Personally I am glad there is a contrary hominid theory because it makes tracing our early history less flaky. That or you either have the Cromagnon and Neanderthal argument or that we came from outer space or bred with Aryans from Alderbaran in which case it can appear pretty insane and tinfoil undermining our credibility on the whole. Plus I am fairly certain some years ago another early human ancestor was discovered on the Greek Peninsula this one being more advanced of course, perhaps this new one was a much more primitive predecessor. European scientists have long projected that life on the European continent started on the Greek Peninsula and that our earliest ancestors split two ways during the last glacial recession one went north while the other stayed south.

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    • vikinglifeblog · May 24

      “Personally I am glad there is a contrary hominid theory because it makes tracing our early history less flaky.”

      Good point! Until we really got it pin down, there can always come new evidence.
      That is just science. 🙂
      I would like to know our past history, too! I just don’t think, it will happen anytime soon.

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