Paleontologists resist the idea that early humans called Neanderthals created any artworks. Their reasoning is sometimes circular.
The attack on Luskin is the most ludicrous part of the non-professor’s video, with Farina claiming at one point that Luskin perpetrated “a criminal offense.”
Join paleontologist Günter Bechly, geologist Casey Luskin, and evolutionary biologist Richard Sternberg as they explore the state of the debate.
Think of it: from computers to airplanes to life-giving medicines, the technological marvels of our world were made possible by this human use of fire.
Only a special type of being very close to our own biological design could have taken the first and vital step to technological enlightenment, fire-making.