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The Forgotten Exodus: The Into Africa Theory of Human Evolution (English Edition) di [Fenton, Bruce R.]
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Where did modern humans originate? Did we emerge first in Africa or have academics made a huge error?

The Out of Africa Theory of human evolution currently dominates palaeoanthropology and evolutionary biology, promoted with such firm conviction that there is a sense this model must be fact rather than theory. During several years of detailed research, independent archaeological researcher, Bruce R. Fenton, has compiled a wealth of contrary evidence sufficient to form a compelling case for his new evolutionary hypothesis. It is his finding that Homo sapiens evolved first in Australasia, and hundreds of thousands of years before the traditional dating offered by most academics.

Fenton’s book represents a paradigm displacement, providing a new scientific model appropriately named Into Africa Theory.

The Forgotten Exodus: The Into Africa Theory of Human Evolution reads rather like a detective story, it is a careful search for clues at ‘crime scenes’ across the planet involving a wide range of hominin ‘suspects’. A series of logical deductions, each supported by peer reviewed data, leads us to his earth shaking final conclusions. Fenton begins his analysis of archaeological evidence five million years ago in Africa, but stones tools used at Lake Turkana 3.3 million years ago only briefly precede a journey into Eurasia, taking us high into the mountains of the Georgian republic. In the Caucasus, we meet a collection of 1.8-million-year-old Homo erectus skulls, a find that is currently ‘changing the face’ of evolutionary understanding. To the west, in Europe, we are presented with the findings of two key scientific studies, an analysis of ancient DNA from a Spanish cave site, and a large-scale comparative study of hominin fossils – the combined results leave us without any African or European candidates for immediate predecessor of Homo sapiens.

The early ancestors of Neanderthals take us eastwards into their Asian homelands, on-route learning of yet another human relative known as Denisovans. In China that we encounter the world’s oldest Homo sapiens fossils, dated to 180,000 years ago. We discover that one million years ago somebody sailed to Flores, once the island home of mysterious hobbit people. The investigation then takes its largest leap, onto the Australian landmass. Fenton offers a well-supported argument for the ancestors of Homo sapiens, Denisovans and Neanderthals being Australasian – present there 800,000 years ago. In Australasia we finally meet the first modern humans and learn of the migrations they made, first into Africa and then across the planet.

•Earliest ancestor may have been more human-like than ape-like
•Homo genus emerged one million years previously than suspected
•The Dmanisi skulls invalidate as many as a dozen named human species
•Genetic data adds 300,000 years to the antiquity of Homo sapiens species
•Homo sapiens fossils place modern humans in China 180,000 years ago
•Australopithecus sailed to Flores over 1 million years ago (Homo floresiensis)
•Aboriginals and Denisovans interbred 44,000 years ago
•Mapping Australasian migrations by mitochondrial and Y-chromosomal lineages
•Lake Toba super volcanic eruption (74Kya) as causal for human migration into Africa
•Lake Toba causes extinction of archaic hominins and prompts significant interbreeding

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  • Editore: Bruce R. Fenton (7 aprile 2017)
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5.0 su 5 stelle Compelling new theory of human evolution 16 aprile 2017
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Bruce Fenton's presentation of the into African theory challenges longstanding presuppositions in paleontology about the geographic diffusion of humans and their hominid ancestors. Through a clear as crystal exploration of the dating of the fossil record, Fenton constructs his case with lapidary precision. From existing research, Fenton reinterprets anomalies in the labyrinthine timeline of hominid evolution that suggest a new pattern in the diffusion of early hominids out of Africa and later hominids into Africa. Fenton's case beckons every reader intrigued by the origins of humanity to take a closer look at the preconceptions underlying the firmly established out of Africa theory for homo sapiens. Well worth reading and thinking about for a long time to come. Highly recommended - five stars for such a clear-cut case for a fundamental theory that may reshape the scientific understanding of human evolution.
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5.0 su 5 stelle and I have to say He is one of the best researchers you will ever know 17 aprile 2017
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I know Bruce Fenton personally,,and I have to say He is one of the best researchers you will ever know,,,His time and dedication to his work is bar none..This is an Awesome read for anyone who is looking for the truth about early man and where he came from..You will only be smarter by reading this book 100% on point..
4.0 su 5 stelle Four Stars 19 luglio 2017
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A fresh look at human dispersal. It may be years before the theory is validated or discredited. enjoyable!
5.0 su 5 stelle Breathtaking 27 maggio 2017
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A real paradigm shifter and without getting into aliens, Atlantis, similar shaped structures to build a case. Just hardcore evidence. Very well sources and sited. Very hard to disagree with this theory! Can't wait for the second book!
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5.0 su 5 stelle Matters of fact 15 aprile 2017
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Very clearly and logically written. The best thing about this book is its impressive set of references. They are all taken from accepted and trusted authorities and scientific research. What the author has done here is to look at the proper research already done and point to where it actually leads, without preconception. A game-changer.
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