It looks like 2017 could become some kind of genuine annus horribilis for the established scientific consensus on human evolution.
Some scientists hoped that H. naledi would prove to be the fossil to bridge an evolutionary gap.
There was a lot of hype about this hominid when it was first published in 2010.
It’s only after a supposed “transitional fossil” is discovered that evolutionists feel comfortable admitting to such “gaps” in the fossil record. This makes you wonder: what gaps exist right now that we aren’t being told about?
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Long ago a wise king solved an interfamily dispute with a simple solution: split the baby. Now paleoanthropologists are fighting–with little resolution in sight–about how to interpret newly discovered hominid fossils, which comprise about 130 bones from multiple individuals. Focused on a single juvenile specimen, the debate is over whether the fossils represent human evolutionary […]