Tag » Homo Erectus

The LD 50-1 jawbone


A partial lower jawbone and a number of teeth have been recovered from a surface outcrop of fossil-bearing sedimentary rock in the Ledi-Geraru research area, in the Afar region of Ethiopia. 1.123 more words

Archaic Humans

The Origins of Kindness and Compassion

The milk of human kindness came before intelligence:

Skulls of early humans show they developed compassion up to 3 million years ago – before they could even speak. 629 more words


No missing link here

Neanderthal Men Were Modern Men

by Brian Thomas, M.S. *

Evidence for Creation

A set of fossilized human remains has been discovered in Iberia that shows partial Neanderthal characteristics, proving again that Neanderthals interbred with anatomically modern men.1 This adds to a growing list of evidence, consistent with biblical history, that demonstrates Neanderthal to have been fully human, rather than an evolutionary transition.2… 444 more words


Arguments Against Evolution pt. 8

The previous post followed the lineage of our own species up until the australopithecines. We now turn to our Homo predecessors in this, the eight and final post in the “Arguments Against Evolution” series. 1.064 more words


Explain This / Modern Humans

Any evolutionary history of Homo sapiens sapiens must explain the range of physical attributes that are expressed in individuals, despite low genetic diversity. And that reproduction is successful between Homo sapiens sapiens across type.  387 more words

Asperger's Human Experience

Homo erectus / "Can't get no respect."

 Zigzags on a Shell From Java are the Oldest Human Engravings

The early human Homo erectus also made the oldest known shell tools half a million years ago…

108 more words

Early Humans