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Tuesday, December 28, 2010

This is just amazing!

Researchers: Ancient human remains found in Israel

By DANIEL ESTRIN, Associated Press Daniel Estrin, Associated Press – Mon Dec 27, 6:13 pm ET


Israeli archaeologists said Monday they may have found the earliest evidence yet for the existence of modern man, and if so, it could upset theories of the origin of humans.

A Tel Aviv University team excavating a cave in central Israel said teeth found in the cave are about 400,000 years old and resemble those of other remains of modern man, known scientifically as Homo sapiens, found in Israel. The earliest Homo sapiens remains found until now are half as old.

"It's very exciting to come to this conclusion," said archaeologist Avi Gopher, whose team examined the teeth with X-rays and CT scans and dated them according to the layers of earth where they were found.

He stressed that further research is needed to solidify the claim. If it does, he says, "this changes the whole picture of evolution."

The accepted scientific theory is that Homo sapiens originated in Africa and migrated out of the continent. Gopher said if the remains are definitively linked to modern human's ancestors, it could mean that modern man in fact originated in what is now Israel...

This proves that the Talmud is right - only Jews are human - we gentlies are just "goyim" - or cattle who exist only to serve Jews.  Well - I better start serving them to fulfill my purpose in life!


Jane Valois said...

Well... I think what it might prove is that, just possibly, Adam and Eve and their first descendants didn't venture too far from the area of the Garden. After all, it is a commonly held belief that Christ was crucified on top of Adam and Eve's grave... and that science will prove the Bible to be correct.

Pope St. Felix III said...

well - I believe that is probably true - but it did not happen over 400,000 years ago - ;)

Jane Valois said...

These dating methods are not exactly exact. It's more of a guessing game. In this case it is probably a case one-upmanship. I'm sure there will be a lot of investigating by other scientists and disputes.

Bridget said...

Its probably a case of the atheists trying to "prove" evolution because they don't believe God created us vs. the creationist who do believe that God created us.