Where did human life begin?

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    • #12314
      TheVirus
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      Hey, is it true that the first human beings were from africa, and then spread to the other continents, or from siberia, or that they appeared individually in each continent? Do u know how the first human beings were like (appearance, intelligence, etc)?

    • #95117
      JackBean
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      from Siberia? What would they do in there? Don’t you think native Americans?

      The very first people are from apes in Afrika, so they seemed pretty much similar πŸ˜‰ I’m sure, Wiki will be much helpfull πŸ˜‰
      BTW this is much about Evolution for the next time πŸ˜‰

    • #95154
      TheVirus
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      Oh, and you’ve got any idea how they might have got from Africa to the other continents?

    • #95159
      canalon
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      quote TheVirus:

      Oh, and you’ve got any idea how they might have got from Africa to the other continents?

      Air Afrique has a very complete coverage of the African continent… But my guess would however be: walking. It is slow, but it is not as if there was much choice. Exploration in comfortable RangeRover will not happen before 10 000 years.

    • #95162
      JackBean
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      quote canalon:

      quote TheVirus:

      Oh, and you’ve got any idea how they might have got from Africa to the other continents?

      Air Afrique has a very complete coverage of the African continent… But my guess would however be: walking. It is slow, but it is not as if there was much choice. Exploration in comfortable RangeRover will not happen before 10 000 years.

      πŸ˜† πŸ˜† πŸ˜† πŸ˜† πŸ˜†

      (and also swimming on some basic ships, but that probably a little later than 10k years ago;) :-D)

    • #95424
      TheVirus
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      Can you cross the atlantic on a wood canoe?

    • #95426
      canalon
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      Why would you need to do that?

    • #95457
      TheVirus
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      I’m just curious. Is it possible?

    • #95476
      JackBean
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      Not really canoe, but on some little bigger ships yes.
      Vikings, Americans, people in Oceania (southeast Asia and Australia)

    • #95481
      jwalin
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      quote JackBean:

      quote canalon:

      quote TheVirus:

      Oh, and you’ve got any idea how they might have got from Africa to the other continents?

      Air Afrique has a very complete coverage of the African continent… But my guess would however be: walking. It is slow, but it is not as if there was much choice. Exploration in comfortable RangeRover will not happen before 10 000 years.

      πŸ˜† πŸ˜† πŸ˜† πŸ˜† πŸ˜†

      (and also swimming on some basic ships, but that probably a little later than 10k years ago;) :-D)

      πŸ˜† πŸ˜† πŸ˜†

      and then flying a lot later πŸ˜† πŸ˜†

      did the evolution start in africa?

      i always thought it was either in egypt or india
      but ain’t sure.

    • #95516
      JackBean
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      evolution started in some pre-ocean. The humans arised in Africa and first civilisations appeared by big rivers like Nill, Euphrat and Tigris, in India and China…

    • #113605
      amdby
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      it began in eritrea/djibouti in east africa. the channel across the red sea to asia is narrow here and this is how we spread. from there most parts of the globe are accessible.

    • #113790
      leniel
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      quote TheVirus:

      ”It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.”
      ~Charles Darwin

      Unlike other sentient inhabitants (species) of space, kindΒ "homo sapiens" has a developed and advanced material body. This priceless gift of Allows him does not have a competitors in the material world on the planet Earth. πŸ™‚

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