It’s not every day that we see evolutionists arguing that we can falsify a species as an ancestor of another species simply because it appears in the wrong time range.
I can hardly resist the temptation to say “I told you so,” or to jokingly remark, “Oops, they did it again.”
Lamoureux is the theistic evolutionist who left an indelible impression a couple of years ago when he debated Stephen Meyer and atheist Lawrence Krauss.
This fascinating study also counters arguments that Homo naledi was beginning to develop a human-like intellect.
For the established scientific consensus on human evolution, 2017 was a genuine annus horribilis.