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***Eight small teeth found in an Israeli cave raise the possibility that modern humans originated in Israel and not Africa
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 1619558:MV8xNzU4MjEyXzMwMTAxMjY0X0Q3MEQ4QUE3] [quote:~freefalling~:MV8xNzU4MjEyXzI5MTU4NTUyX0ZDRDZFRjYz] [quote:OMNI-TARD:MV8xNzU4MjEyXzI5MTU4NTMxXzMzODUxOTVG] Not maybe that perhaps someone was murdered in that cave several hundered years ago? [/quote] very good point! [/quote] Genetics & Genealogy: Is Out-of-Africa Going Out The Door? http://www.ramsdale.org/dna4.htm China's earliest human puts 'out of Africa' theory to test http://news.wustl.edu/news/Pages/9186.aspx Short Sharp Science: Did early humans evolve in Europe, not Africa? http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/shortsharpscience/2009/09/did-early-humans-evolve-in-eur.html Out-of-Africa Theory of ancient human migration being challenged by discovery of 1.8 million-year-old hand axe in Malaysia http://arkeologis.wordpress.com/2009/02/26/out-of-africa-theory-of-ancient-human-migration-being-challenged/ BBC NEWS | Tools unlock secrets of early man. 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The teeth date to the Middle Pleistocene and are similar in size and shape to teeth attributed to hominids from other sites in Israel, such as Skhul and Qafzeh. Researchers excavated these latest remains from Qesem Cave in central Israel.
"The Qesem teeth come from a time period between 200,000 to 400,000 years ago when human remains from the Middle East are very scarce," co-author Rolf Quam said in a Binghamton University press....
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