Out of Asia

Out of Asia

New Theories on Evolution

Streaming Video - 2006
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The common consensus among anthropologists is that modern man emerged from Africa. This program examines new evidence that disputes this theory and alleges that simultaneous to the emergence of Homo erectus in Africa, there were also groups of Homo erectus in Australia. Was there an earlier diaspora that predates the African migration? Is there a single, linear evolution from Homo erectus to modern man, or is it possible that there were various strains and that evolution is a result of hybridization? Does Java Man, dated as living two million years ago, refute the Africa theory?
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2006], c1997
Alternative Title: New theories on evolution


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