25 09 11 - 08:05Crowdists (incl. Liberals/Leftists) love easily-packaged simplistic explanations for reality.
Those give the individual more time for its own ego, and less time learning difficult nuances of reality. More self, less world!
Aboriginal Australians may be descendants of the very first people to leave Africa more than 60,000 years ago, DNA evidence suggests.
The analysis of hair collected from an aboriginal man in southwestern Australia in 1923 supports the theory that there were two separate waves of migration from Africa, the place where humans first evolved, and that most Europeans and Asians came from the second migration. - CBC
I never thought "out of Africa" would fall, but it seems less likely to be true. I have no personal stake in the belief either way; evolution stands as the wisdom of God or the inerrance of mathematical logic, whichever way you want to look at it.
However, it's likely that we're going to find human life arose simultaneously in Europe, Africa, and Asia.
These populations intermixed but not uniformly. This produced three different groups.
After that, I think we will find that Africa is where that which did not differentiate itself went, explaining Africa's high genetic diversity. It is the aggregate, not the origin.
The origin occurred in multiple places, changed, and is now vanished.