This YouTube video runs to about an hour and a quarter, so I will be answering him once again in a series, minute by minute.
On the morning of July 19, 2001, French scientist Alain Beauvilain and three Chadian colleagues discovered a fossil cranium in the dunes of the Sahara Desert.
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.”
The Belgian human zoo sounds exactly like the St. Louis equivalent just a few years later.
What happened to the femur? Did the original discoverers hold on to the bones to stonewall an analysis with a conclusion they didn’t like?