Modern humans migrated out of Africa to China first: Study
NEW DELHI: Upturning the generally accepted theory that modern humans migrated out of Africa 50,000 years ago, analysis of human fossil teeth found in China suggests that they reached present day China 80,000-120,000 years ago. This also means that modern humans populated East Asia at least 40,000 years before Europe.
Researchers found 47 human teeth buried in layer of clay in the Fuyan Cave near the town of Daoxian. These teeth closely resemble the dental gear of “contemporary humans,” according to the study.
The scientists also unearthed the remains of some 38 mammals, including specimens of five extinct species, one of them a giant panda larger than those in existence today. The study, published in the journal Nature, also rewrites the timeline of early man in China.
we are still to learn a lot about our ancestors
God’s world will always be a mystery for humans
evolution is still mystery
Even after all these scientific proof on evolution, we still believe in religious texts and God. There were no Adam and Eve. May be an advanced alien civilization planted DNAs in barren Earth and started life here. They may be even watching us now. If mankind go to the path of self-destruct, they may destroy Earth and start all over again
Our understanding of history and our origins keep getting enhanced with new discoveries
With all the modern anthropological and archeological evidence available , there are still many religious bigots amongst us who deny the theory of evolutin and believe that Adam and Eve were banished from heaven and created the human race ! Go figure!
Pabitra Kumar Behera
The Ice Age ended only 12,000 years ago? Because of global worming Europe Ice cover removed and now because of global worming these counties will submerge again. what a water-land cycle.
This is funny, it is so hard to find blacks in China lolz .. :
The origin of human race and its evolution remains keeping present people busy in unending explorations.
in that period, I believe the continents was one. so there was no migration; but the continents split and drifted apart as we see today.