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'Enigma Man' may be new human species

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psyche101

The recreation of the Red Deer people looks somewhat like some of the recreations of Almas seen in Asia.

Could be a few still running around?

I have seen this one, but I do not know that it is at all accurate:

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The more common depiction I have seen is this one:

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Which I find a striking resemblance to the Australian Indigenous.

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Yet, totally unrelated.

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Peter B

http://www.abc.net.au/science/articles/2014/06/24/4027999.htm

The depiction of human evolution as a simple linear affair is not only laden with historical baggage, it incorrectly portrays the true complexity of our past, argues Darren Curnoe.

Curnoe is one of the archaeologists involved in the Red Deer Cave work.

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DieChecker

No, no. I've seen that person on the Tube. He mumbles to himself in the corner whilst the rest of the passengers stay far away.

That is because he is speaking "red deer people" language and he smells like a red deer person. :w00t:

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Leonardo

What I find interesting is that everyone can understand and agree that there are like 5 different Species of snub-nose monkey in Southern Asia, but some people have a real and dramatic problem if you suggest there might have been 2 or 3 species of hominid living there at some point. How would isolated populations of humans not evolve differently into new species just as a monkey does?

Humans have only stopped differentiating due to the ease of travel over the last 2000 years.

Depending on the definition of 'species' used, it could be argued that there are still multiple 'species' (or, perhaps, sub-species) of hominid extant on the planet.

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Erowin

I missed this last night. Any link where it's streaming or uploaded?

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nohands

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