Every data fits Peter Klevius out of SE Asia theory but not creationism or "out-of-Africa"* - so why censor?
In fact, the "out of Africa" hoax fits creationists precisely because
Africa lacks transitional fossil. Africa is a fossil dump.
it because Peter Klevius also fights for Human Rights for all - and
against religious fascism? Or is it because he points out how
$-freeloader US has painted itself in a corner because of the 1971
dollar fraud, and now faces losing its dollar hegemony because of
China's growth and technology - and therfore also losing its capability
to continue stealing from the rest of the world. Not to mention that
would mean a huge decrease in its wealth. It therefore also means US is
now the main threat to world peace.
This fake info nonsense video is really in need of a thorough corrections. However, Youtube doesn't allow any correction.
"Sorry to spoil the party but a continent like Africa was absolutely impossible for the evolution of an omnivorous fast moving bipedal. Look instead at SE Asia's ever-changing tropical island world (Homo floresiensis and Homo luzonensis are the ultimate evidence, but neglected by afropologists) from where they spread to the mainland during ice ages and hybridized with former Homos that had become large and "mongoloid" (cold adapted) in the fat and protein-rich north. In my book Demand for Resources (1992), I was probably the first to point out the connection between the 280,000 BP big "mongoloid" Jinniushan woman (est. 80 kg/180 cm) and Africa's oldest people, the "mongoloid" i.e. cold adapted Khoi-San. And genetics reflects only modern DNA in Africa (we lack usable ancient DNA from Africa), and in SE Asia we can trace most of our hybrid ancestors (Denisovan and Neanderthal) DNA. And we also lack usable fossil from Africa re. Homo transition. As Kimberley said: All we have are ambigious and fit in a shoe box - together with a decent pair of shoes. The easiest place on Earth to find fossils is the opening tectonic crack in east Africa where most hominids and hominines entered Africa - the oldest being in the north and the youngest in the south. And SE Asia is the hardest because most are under water or in jungles. I'm an anthropologist, not an afropologist."
It looks like Stefan Milo has got his info from Chris Stringer and then spiced it with own cherry picking and projections. However, the final result is as far from reality you can get. See e.g. Peter Klevius evolution formula.
Change direction and every piece of the "puzzle" fits perfectly.