Dating human past culturally

08-Dec-2016 19:04

- Did modern humans meet their untimely death to have their remains preserved in the earth, hundreds of thousands of years before possible? These pages contain just the surface of the forbidden knowledge being hidden and protected today...knowledge that suggests a strong possibility that our views of human origins are either incorrect...Much later, in the middle of the 19th century, Charles Darwin, in his brilliant book 'On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection' (1859), forced the world to face the fact that all the living creatures of the world had almost certainly descended from a common ancestor.He further developed that view in his work 'The Descent of Man' (1871), in which he specifically stated that humankind ultimately shared a common origin with the rest of animate nature.Obviously, females are of equal importance to the survival of the human species, and, somewhat belatedly, the field of biological anthropology has come to realize that males and females require equal attention if the phenomenon of humankind and how it emerged from its nonhuman predecessors is ever to be understood.It came as something of a surprise when scientists determined that human beings share almost 99 percent of their genetic material with chimpanzees.

So far history of the world, particularly of Indian subcontinent, is based on linguistic guesswork and religious beliefs/hearsay.

or maybe that time travelers have already visited Earths past.

Temporal anomalies are scattered throughout the world -- things that could not possibly belong to the time period in which they were found.

The amount of variability in environmental conditions was greater in the later stages of human evolution than in the earlier stages.

Ten-million-year record of oxygen stable isotopes, measured in foraminifera recovered from deep-sea sediment cores, illustrates that global ocean temperature and glacial ice varied widely over the past 6 million years, the period of human evolution.

So far history of the world, particularly of Indian subcontinent, is based on linguistic guesswork and religious beliefs/hearsay.

or maybe that time travelers have already visited Earths past.

Temporal anomalies are scattered throughout the world -- things that could not possibly belong to the time period in which they were found.

The amount of variability in environmental conditions was greater in the later stages of human evolution than in the earlier stages.

Ten-million-year record of oxygen stable isotopes, measured in foraminifera recovered from deep-sea sediment cores, illustrates that global ocean temperature and glacial ice varied widely over the past 6 million years, the period of human evolution.

have emerged over the course of human evolution, and a suite of adaptations have accumulated over time, including upright walking, the capacity to make tools, enlargement of the brain, prolonged maturation, the emergence of complex mental and social behavior, and dependence on technology to alter the surroundings.