What Is the out of Africa Theory?


The Out of Africa is a debatable theory that argues that every human being is descended from a small group in Africa, who then spread into the wider world relocating earlier forms such as Neanderthal. The main advocates of this theory are led by Chris Stringer.
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Pre-human hominids probably developed in Africa and spread to
-one major theory of how Proto-Indo-European diffused into Europe which holds that the early speakers of Proto-Indo-European spread westward on horseback, overpowering earlier inhabitants
I found this article published by. BBC News. just this week. Recent findings suggest that. Homo sapiens. also left Africa, around 120,000 years ago. We travelled in small numbers,
I'm pretty sure the fossil record supports the Out of Africa theory much more strongly, and I also wonder if the Multiregional hypothesis is informed by an inflated concept of racial
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The Out of Africa theory is that modern humans are all descended from one group of Homo sapiens that left Africa about 2,000 generations ago. This is a science topic that is debated over. Some scientists believe they have proof to disprove this theory, while others claim to have proof to prove it. You can find more information here: http://www.actionbioscience.org/evolution/johanson.html
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