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What was Aboriginal 'lookalike' doing in Brazil 11,000 years ago?

 
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What was Aboriginal 'lookalike' doing in Brazil 11,000 years ago?
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HOW did a skull with the features of an Aboriginal Australian wind up at the bottom of a limestone cave in Brazil, covered with 11,000 years' worth of mud, rocks and gravel?

The solution may rewrite early human history.

The owner of the skull, a female whom Professor Walter Neves, an anthropologist, named Luzia, had eyes and a nose that sat low in the skull.
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Her brain case was long and narrow, and a facial reconstruction reveals a projected profile, with the chin sitting out further than the forehead.

These are not the features of a South American. Rather, they are consistent with the anatomy of sub-Saharan Africans, Aboriginal Australians and some early Pacific Islanders.

For years many scientists have accepted the theory that North America was colonised by a single wave of early humans who travelled from north-east Asia about 11,000 years ago and resembled Native Americans. They were called the Clovis people after a town in Mexico where many of their hunting tools were found.
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Re: What was Aboriginal 'lookalike' doing in Brazil 11,000 years ago?
old news bro...
aboriginals are gods people...
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HOW did a skull with the features of an Aboriginal Australian wind up at the bottom of a limestone cave in Brazil, covered with 11,000 years' worth of mud, rocks and gravel?
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A skull with the feature of "an Aboriginal Australian"?

You mean, it has a chop of "Aboriginal Australian" on the skull?
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old news bro...
aboriginals are gods people...
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Every people are gods people ...
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Re: What was Aboriginal 'lookalike' doing in Brazil 11,000 years ago?
old news bro...
aboriginals are gods people...


Every people are gods people ...
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touche'
but they took naught, expected nothing.
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Re: What was Aboriginal 'lookalike' doing in Brazil 11,000 years ago?
old news bro...
aboriginals are gods people...


Every people are gods people ...

touche'
but they took naught, expected nothing.
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They had Australia for a good 40,000 years. That's something!
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old news bro...
aboriginals are gods people...


Every people are gods people ...

touche'
but they took naught, expected nothing.
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Any proof on your claim?
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Re: What was Aboriginal 'lookalike' doing in Brazil 11,000 years ago?
old news bro...
aboriginals are gods people...


Every people are gods people ...

touche'
but they took naught, expected nothing.



They had Australia for a good 40,000 years. That's something!
 Quoting: GHOST OF JADR 1089633

The land was connected, she sailed over on a missing iceberg.
Abducted and dropped in Brazil by Aliens.
She was a good swimmer.
Aboriginals used to build and sail boats, until the sea monsters made them to scared.
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old news bro...
aboriginals are gods people...


Every people are gods people ...

touche'
but they took naught, expected nothing.




Any proof on your claim?
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nomadic lifestyle...
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Looking for a spare dollar' for some mosey'
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Looking for a spare dollar' for some mosey'
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theeere bruzz!
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surprised at so many dot connectors that are racist...
i thought most here would be quite worldy...
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smart resourcefull folks the could build boats that stood a chance of making that far accross the oceans,, heck they could probably spear fish as they went along too.
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smart resourcefull folks the could build boats that stood a chance of making that far accross the oceans,, heck they could probably spear fish as they went along too.
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Humans are usually smart and resourceful - I'm always amazed at how so little credit is given to ancient man ...
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Re: What was Aboriginal 'lookalike' doing in Brazil 11,000 years ago?
These people either walked or sailed there. Best answer is that they sailed durring a warmer age when the seas were easier to cross. They made it to Australia about 60,000 years ago and brought their dogs. Bet, they brought their dogs to SA too. See, native SA dogs are very simular to dingos.
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JADR is that you?
Wtf with the Jap flag you moran
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JADR is that you?
Wtf with the Jap flag you moran
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I'm permanently banned from GLP.
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smart resourcefull folks the could build boats that stood a chance of making that far accross the oceans,, heck they could probably spear fish as they went along too.



Humans are usually smart and resourceful - I'm always amazed at how so little credit is given to ancient man ...
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We, as GLPers, don't even give a fuck to people of other races, let alone people from a totally different time frame.
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JADR is that you?
Wtf with the Jap flag you moran


I'm permanently banned from GLP.
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So change your ip you fuckin mofo ffs
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JADR is that you?
Wtf with the Jap flag you moran


I'm permanently banned from GLP.

So change your ip you fuckin mofo ffs
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NOPE - Can't be fucked.
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JADR is that you?
Wtf with the Jap flag you moran


I'm permanently banned from GLP.

So change your ip you fuckin mofo ffs


NOPE - Can't be fucked.
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Ok Mr Okimura kim
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Cool post JADR...Love it when you dont post agenda-tard stuff
I'm perma banned at the other forum LOL
I know they would have loved you there..good luck wit the proxy thing

They speculate that humans came in waves...very possible that some of the first waves had more aboriginal features.
lots we dont know about
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Re: What was Aboriginal 'lookalike' doing in Brazil 11,000 years ago?
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HOW did a skull with the features of an Aboriginal Australian wind up at the bottom of a limestone cave in Brazil, covered with 11,000 years' worth of mud, rocks and gravel?

The solution may rewrite early human history.

The owner of the skull, a female whom Professor Walter Neves, an anthropologist, named Luzia, had eyes and a nose that sat low in the skull.
Advertisement: Story continues below

Her brain case was long and narrow, and a facial reconstruction reveals a projected profile, with the chin sitting out further than the forehead.

These are not the features of a South American. Rather, they are consistent with the anatomy of sub-Saharan Africans, Aboriginal Australians and some early Pacific Islanders.

For years many scientists have accepted the theory that North America was colonised by a single wave of early humans who travelled from north-east Asia about 11,000 years ago and resembled Native Americans. They were called the Clovis people after a town in Mexico where many of their hunting tools were found.
 Quoting: GHOST OF JADR 1089633


i didn't know they had seagulls and chips that far back...
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The continental plates were once one big land mass. Look at them, they could fit like a jigsaw puzzle. That is why Mayan and Inca, architecture resembled Egypt. When the continents broke apart the people were separated and developed on with there cultures, that forked off. After thousand of years they still reflect "likenesses", because they once lived in close proximity of one another. It is then possible for a member of another tribe or race to move in the midst of others (or be moved as in slavery) who are now oceans apart. Also some drawings of the landmass before it broke up puts Australia relatively close to South America.
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Aborigines are a remnant population of Homo Erectus. They are NOT Homo Sapiens. That is obvious from the skulls and culture. Homo Erectus explored the whole world. Some populations changed over time and became asians and other groups. This specimen was merely a hold over or a atavis. An evolutionary throw back.

Atavism does occur in humans. When it does, you get an aborigine.
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Aborigines are a remnant population of Homo Erectus. They are NOT Homo Sapiens. That is obvious from the skulls and culture. Homo Erectus explored the whole world. Some populations changed over time and became asians and other groups. This specimen was merely a hold over or a atavis. An evolutionary throw back.

Atavism does occur in humans. When it does, you get an aborigine.
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can you link that?
science explains it does not answer.
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Aborigines are a remnant population of Homo Erectus. They are NOT Homo Sapiens. That is obvious from the skulls and culture. Homo Erectus explored the whole world. Some populations changed over time and became asians and other groups. This specimen was merely a hold over or a atavis. An evolutionary throw back.

Atavism does occur in humans. When it does, you get an aborigine.

can you link that?
science explains it does not answer.
 Quoting: gotit


No I can't. Any research that points out the differences between the races like that is forbidden and never published. Wouldn't want to hurt any feelings, now do we?

All you have to do is look at them. Look at the skulls and compare them. An aborigine has more in common with a chimp than a Caucasian.

The morphological differences between races is so profound that if there were no modern races today all other races would be classified as different species. Much like the Neanderthal.
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Re: What was Aboriginal 'lookalike' doing in Brazil 11,000 years ago?
old news bro...
aboriginals are gods people...


Every people are gods people ...
 Quoting: GHOST OF JADR 1089633


Even moose limbs?????
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HOW did a skull with the features of an Aboriginal Australian wind up at the bottom of a limestone cave in Brazil, covered with 11,000 years' worth of mud, rocks and gravel?

The solution may rewrite early human history.

The owner of the skull, a female whom Professor Walter Neves, an anthropologist, named Luzia, had eyes and a nose that sat low in the skull.
Advertisement: Story continues below

Her brain case was long and narrow, and a facial reconstruction reveals a projected profile, with the chin sitting out further than the forehead.

These are not the features of a South American. Rather, they are consistent with the anatomy of sub-Saharan Africans, Aboriginal Australians and some early Pacific Islanders.

For years many scientists have accepted the theory that North America was colonised by a single wave of early humans who travelled from north-east Asia about 11,000 years ago and resembled Native Americans. They were called the Clovis people after a town in Mexico where many of their hunting tools were found.
 Quoting: GHOST OF JADR 1089633

Don't bet too much that human history "can" or "could" be rewritten. Its "owned" by the ones with all the funding, its been their livelihood for centuries. And they will descend upon and discredit any countermanding of their culture. Read the "Sirius Mystery" by Robert Temple they nearly ruined him to keep his Books from our discovery.
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old news bro...
aboriginals are gods people...


Every people are gods people ...

touche'
but they took naught, expected nothing.




Any proof on your claim?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1117059


Yeah, because if you ever actually SPOKE to an Aboriginal in Australia, they would be the first to tell you that when they first got there they didn't understand the ecosystem, fucked it up and have spent the last 40,000 years trying to fix it and warn the 'newcomers' about over-taxing the land.

Sadly, not many people actually hear what they are saying.

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