The oldest human fossils were found in North Africa
#1. Unearthing a Human Skull
The North African discovery of the oldest human fossils ever found contradicts previous theories that the earliest Homo sapiens appeared in east Africa. It further boldly puts a rather big dent in the biblical interpretation of human creation, which contradicts science, depicts humans and dinosaurs living on earth at the same time and disputes the theory of evolution.
The oldest human fossils ever found alter the interpretation of human origins
According to Jean-Jacques Hublin, anthropologist and professor at Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, “Our analysis convinced us that this material represents the very root of our species, the oldest Homo sapiens ever found in Africa or elsewhere. Now scientists believe that the cradle of humankind encompasses all of Africa… I’m not claiming Morocco became the cradle of modern humankind…Rather, we would support the idea that around 300,000 years ago, very early forms of Homo sapiens were already dispersed all over Africa. This is facilitated by the fact that between 330,000 to 300,000 years before the present, Africa did not look like it does today and there was no Sahara Desert. There was a lot of connection between other parts of the continent.”