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  Genus Homo
Homo habilis was named so because the artifacts found with the fossils were rudimentary stone tools that had been created from rocks.
Homo erectus spread from the area of southeast Africa throughout Europe, Asia, and the Indonesian Islands that were not surrounded by water at the time.
Homo sapiens was so successful that he spread beyond the bounds of erectus and even made it to Australia on a land bridge during one of the ice ages.
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While it is generally believed that Homo sapiens sapiens evolved from Homo erectus through a series of intermediary "species", there is less agreement about where and how this happened.
According to the most widely held view, diffusing Homo sapiens sapiens encounter and either displace or genetically intermingle with populations that evolved from earlier Homo erectus populations in the areas into which they move.
Homo sapiens sapiens also produced rather sophisticated art works including cave paintings and elaborately decorated artifacts in a variety of materials including stone, bone and wood.
www.mines.edu /fs_home/jsneed/courses/LISS.380-83/LISS.380/syllabus/week.1/session.2/sapiens/index.shtml   (1044 words)

 Darwinism Refuted.com
As the name implies, Homo erectus means "man who walks upright." Evolutionists have had to separate these fossils from earlier ones by adding the qualification of "erectness," because all the available Homo erectus fossils are straight to an extent not observed in any of the australopithecines or so-called Homo Habilis specimens.
The primary reason for evolutionists' defining Homo erectus as "primitive" is the cranial capacity of its skull (900-1,100 cc), which is smaller than the average modern man, and its thick eyebrow projections.
Homo erectus 'S SAILING CULTURE "Ancient mariners: Early humans were much smarter than we suspected" According to this article in the March 14, 1998, issue of New Scientist, the people that evolutionists call Homo erectus were sailing 700,000 years ago.
www.darwinismrefuted.com /origin_of_man_05.html   (1162 words)

 Human - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The closest living relatives of Homo sapiens are the Common Chimpanzee and the Bonobo.
Early Homo sapiens employed a "hunter-gatherer" methodology as their primary means of food collection, involving combining stationary plant and fungal food sources (such as fruits, grains, tubers, and mushrooms) with wild game which must be hunted and killed in order to be consumed.
Many sexologists believe that the majority of homo sapiens have the inherent capacity to be attracted to both males and females (a kind of universal potential bisexuality).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Homo_sapiens   (7384 words)

 Hominid Species
Homo habilis and all the australopithecines are found only in Africa, but erectus was wide-ranging, and has been found in Africa, Asia, and Europe.
Homo antecessor was named in 1977 from fossils found at the Spanish cave site of Atapuerca, dated to at least 780,000 years ago, making them the oldest confirmed European hominids.
Homo floresiensis was discovered on the Indonesian island of Flores in 2003.
www.talkorigins.org /faqs/homs/species.html   (3114 words)

 Third Generation Websites
Homo habilis was called the handy man because tools were found with his fossil remains.
Homo sapiens (archaic) provides the bridge between erectus and Homo sapiens sapiens during the period 200,000 to 500,000 years ago.
Homo sapiens neanderthalensis lived in Europe and the Mideast between 150,000 and 35,000 years ago.
www.stanford.edu /~harryg/protected/evolve5.htm   (893 words)

 Species of Humans   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Homo erectus (extinct): The "workman man" lived 1.85 to 0.1 mya lived in Africa, Asia, Indonesia; made advanced stone tools, hand-axes and cleavers, hunted, used fire, had a brain size of 750-1250 cc.
Homo habilis (extinct): Lived 2-1.5 mya, name means "handy man or skillful person," made stone tools for scavenging meat off of carrion, about 1 m (3 feet) tall with long arms, a possible ancestor to H.
Homo sapiens sapiens: The modern form of humans was apparent 60,000 years ago.
www.alysion.org /life/Homo.htm   (322 words)

 History of Vegetarianism - What did our ancestors eat?
Homo sapiens Neanderthalis was closely related to modern humans, but are not our direct ancestors.
Homo sapiens sapiens, or modern man, first appeared in the fossil record about 40,000 years ago.
He speculates that Homo sapiens is a more efficient herbivore than carnivore, but crushing and cooking makes meat more digestible and also makes it easy to consume amounts in excess of needs.
www.ivu.org /history/early/ancestors.html   (2893 words)

 ritual artistic foods in Italy
Homo erectus " ate " the brain of the defunct relative.
The rituals of Homo erectus, that we know, are remained equal until the ethnography of Homo sapiens sapiens, that is until today.
To eat this bread is not dissimilar from the ritual of Homo erectus that was eating the brain of the defunct relative.
www.paleolithicartmagazine.org /pagina41.html   (1993 words)

 The Future of Homo Sapiens, The Future of Human Evolution
In the case of humans, because humans have so thoroughly modified their environment (cutting down forests, carbon dioxide pollution, etc.) there is a risk that humans will themselves modify their environment in such a way that they cannot survive in it any more.
This is the way the ruthless predator Homo Sapiens has exterminated almost all big animals on the earth.
After that, Homo Sapiens continued to live as a hunter-gatherer until about 10 000 years ago, when agriculture suddenly began and rapidly changed the prosperity of Homo Sapiens.
web4health.info /en/aux/homo-sapiens-future.html   (2317 words)

 Human Ancestors Hall: Homo sapiens
The widest part of the skull is high on the skull, as opposed to earlier Homo erectus and H.
The origin of modern Homo sapiens is not yet resolved.
According to the first, the distribution of anatomical traits in modern human populations in different regions was inherited from local populations of Homo erectus and intermediate "archaic" forms.
www.mnh.si.edu /anthro/humanorigins/ha/sap.htm   (375 words)

 Davinder's Domain - Where did the first human arise?
The modern human, known as Homo sapiens sapiens, is a sub species of the original Home sapiens.
Multiregional Evolution is a theory developed by Milford H. Wolpoff, who argues 2 million years ago, the early Homo migrated across land into different regions of the world, and then separately over time evolved into the Homo sapiens sapiens.
This theory believes that Homo sapiens sapiens evolved in Africa and were truly the first modern humans.
www.mahal.org /article.php?articleID=17   (1687 words)

 Human History and Human Origin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
However, H. Sapiens Sapiens emerged in China in 70KYA and a part of this species moved to Australia, after independently evolved in Asia, not from African H. Sapiens Sapiens according to the DNA research of George Adcok of Australian National University.
The Majority of DNA experts nowadays claim that African Homo Sapiens Sapiens interbred with Neanderthals and archaic Homo Sapiens in producing Modern Europeans in 50/60KYA(support by Univ of Kansas, Hamburg Univ., and Washington Univ.of Alan Templeton).
However, the exact origin or Ancestor of HOMO SAPIENS SAPIENS IS in the question due to the fact that the Science found Homo Sapiens Sapiens was not diverged from Homo Sapiens.
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 Homo sapiens   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Skeletal remains are found throughout all of Africa, and all of it is usually considered H. sapiens, though not all is considered anatomically modern human.
However, the case for calling this specimen modern H. sapiens is probably as strong as African (Klasies River Mouth) and West Asian (Qafzeh) samples of almost half the age of Jinniushan.
Bräuer, G. "The 'Afro-European sapiens hypothesis' and hominid evolution in East Asia during the late Middle and Upper Pleistocene." In The Early Evolution of Man, with Special Emphasis on Southeast Asia and Africa, ed.
www.archaeologyinfo.com /homosapiens.htm   (7089 words)

 Interbreeding Between Species   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
For example, Homo erectus and Homo sapiens are names for different, distinguishable stages in the same evolving lineage.
Note how 'shifty' Wolpoff is. As a multiregionalist, he argues that "gene flow" (interbreeding) between advanced populations (who are called sapiens because of their clearly more-modern morphology) and less-advanced (erectus 'grade') specimens caused all the world's 'people' to evolve into sapiens.
And that is not even considering that Homo species have a longer generation time, so an equivalent number of generations would extend the potential hybridization period even further than 4 million years into the past.
www.rafonda.com /interbreeding_between_species.html   (2097 words)

 Flashcards for the Evolution of Modern Humans Stack 3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
The model of modern Homo sapiens origin that says that they evolved from archaic Homo sapiens 200,000-100,000 years ago only in Africa and then some of them migrated into the rest of the Old World replacing all of the Neandertals and other late archaic Homo sapiens.
The model of modern Homo sapiens origin that implies that all regional anatomical differences that we see among humans today are recent developments--evolving only in the last 50,000-40,000 years.
The model of modern Homo sapiens origin that is supported by the fact that East Asians today commonly have shovel-shaped incisors while Africans and Europeans rarely do.
anthro.palomar.edu /homo2/flashcards_3.htm   (331 words)

 Cave men - Uncyclopedia
Various subspecies of humans lived in caves, including Homo erectus, Homo sapiens, Homo sapiens sapiens (who later from caves to cities because they didn't like the bats), Homo sapiens sapiens sapiens sapiens, and possibly, Homo monkeyenis, which has a really long tail.
Modern age cave men are also very scared of swimming pools and under no stages will they themselves enter chlorine-filled water or let their young or the people under their custodianship enter water either.
They have tried to create several websites encouraging Homo sapiens sapiens to become cave men once again, but unfortunately hosting companies have adamantly refused to provide them hosting service because they are simply outraged at the thought of becoming cave men again and living with the abhorred bats.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Cave_men   (458 words)

These may include enhanced intelligence, reflexes, immunity, sensory perception, longevity, attractiveness, and so on, most of which are the result of their adoption of public domain su, tweak, and splice genomes, or minor local modifications.
Among the most common nearbaseline subspecies and species are Homo sapiens lunensis (which are true nearbaselines and not Lunar tweaks as often claimed), Homo sapiens novaeterraensis (of New Earth, Terran Federation, often barely distinguishable from the original s.
sapiens sapiens that they are sometimes considered the same subspecies, but have a long-lived and somewhat insular populationa nd culture on the otherwise su-dominated system of Quark, one of the continents of Corona
www.orionsarm.com /sophontology/nearbaselines.html   (1089 words)

 Animal House : human info
Homo sapiens : archaic forms of Homo sapiens first appear about 500,000 years ago.
Homo sapiens neandertalensis : existed between 200,000 and 35,000 years ago.
Homo Sapiens Sapiens : modern forms of Homo sapiens first appear about 120,000 years ago ; appearance of the Cro-Magnon culture about 80,000 years ago.
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 Herto skulls (Homo sapiens idaltu)
The discoverers have assigned them to a new subspecies, Homo sapiens idaltu, and say that they are anatomically and chronologically intermediate between older archaic humans and more recent fully modern humans.
Their age and anatomy is cited as strong evidence for the emergence of modern humans from Africa, and against the multiregional theory which argues that modern humans evolved in many places around the world.
RTB appears to have a strategy that by definition excludes any possibility of transitional fossils: if scientists put a fossil in anything other than Homo sapiens sapiens, it is "not a modern human" and hence is an animal (no matter how trivial the differences); if they do put it in H.
www.talkorigins.org /faqs/homs/herto.html   (615 words)

 Age of Homo Sapiens
The consensus is that Homo sapiens originated sometime during the Pleistocene.
The method used to determine man's age is by dating the fossilized bones of the Homo sapiens found at archaeological digs.
The main conroversy centers around the question of whether Homo sapiens evolved from a single population in Africa or simultaneously in different parts of the world.
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 Pagan Evolution
Civilization, and subsequently Homo sapiens sapiens, sprung from the gonads and genius of Assur.
Homo sapiens sapiens by definition are children of Isis.
By the anatomical definition of Homo sapiens, anyone who lived 100,000 years ago, and who had a skull that could pass for normal in the world today, was a modern human who therefore was "wise." That anatomical definition of wisdom presumes too much and reveals too little.
www.resurrectisis.org /PaganEvolution.htm   (2245 words)

This spicies is assumed to be direct ancestor to Homo Sapiens Sapiens and grandfather to Neanderthals...but scientifically not certain.
Milford Wolpoff advocates that Asian people being evloved from the local- archaic Homo Sapiens (dated 200 KYO) in Asia, and as well Euopeans were evolved from the local Homo Sapiens more or less simultaneously.
It took 10,000 year period in which H. Sapiens Sapiens co-existed and interbred with Neanderthals in producing the Cro-Magnon species around 28 KYA.(Based on the theory of the Middle Group Argumental assessment).
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 Evolution of Modern Humans:  Early Modern Homo sapiens   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
It would seem from these dates that the location of initial modern Homo sapiens evolution and the direction of their dispersion from that area is obvious.
David Frayer, of the University of Kansas, believes that a number of European fossils from the last 50,000 years have characteristics that are the result of archaic and modern Homo sapiens interbreeding.
In a December 2002 report in the Journal of Human Evolution, it was announced that a modern Homo sapiens skull from Liujiang County in Southern China has been tentatively dated to 139,000-111,000 years ago and that modern Homo sapiens teeth from two other sites in the same area have been dated to 94,000 years ago.
anthro.palomar.edu /homo2/mod_homo_4.htm   (2756 words)

 Homo sapiens sapiens
Homo sapiens sapiens, evolved from a more primitive ancestor, generally thought to be an archaic form of
Homo sapiens structure is similar to that of the
Homo sapiens skulls were slightly rounder and larger.
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 Neanderthals (Homo sapiens neanderthalensis).
Homo neanderthalensis out of Africa and an increase in hominid fossil cranial capacity.
Others say that Homo heidelbergensis is the more likely common ancestor between humans and Neanderthals, The discovery of such ancient fossils with a mix of modern (tooth development, projecting face, sunken cheekbones) and primitive features (jaw and brow ridges) hints at some surprises as more fossils from this period are unearthed.
Human trunk and limb bones of Homo antecessor, recovered from the Gran Dolina site, in the Sierra de Atapuerca (Burgos, Spain) have been dated at about 780,000 old and are said to represent the last common ancestor for H. sapiens (modern humans) and H. neanderthalensis (Neanderthals) (Carretero et al, 1999).
www.ecotao.com /holism/hu_neand.htm   (3371 words)

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