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Aboriginals Got to Australia Along Two Routes in Southeast Asia

Aboriginal trek to Australia
There is a mystery about how Aboriginals first came to Australia. No evidence has come to light that shows there travel from Africa to the Southeast Asia. Artifacts in Australia date to 65,000 years ago but evidence in SEA only dates to 45,000 years ago and they are different people.

Did Australian Aboriginals Plan to Reach the Continent?

Aborigines were the first out of Africa and first into Asia. Aboriginal Australians left Africa earlier that East Asians and Europeans according to analysis of DNA from a 90-year-old hair sample. Human migration from Africa first began 70,000 years ago. Genome analysis of early Australians presents a picture or isolated pockets of Aboriginal Australians from a small initial group. research, journal, science, hans villarica. roaming area least 24 000 years ancestors present-day europeans asians first live australia according dna results 90-year-old hair sample young man link aborigines first inhabitants part world 50 000 years ago study however first contradict popular theory modern humans came single out-of-africa migration wave europe asia australia does deal huge blow confirming aboriginal australians part first rounds human relocation aboriginal australians descend first human explorers explains lead author university copenhagen professor eske willerslev news release ancestors europeans asians sitting somewhere africa middle east explore their world further ancestors aboriginal australians spread rapidly traversing unknown territory asia finally crossing sea australia gallery up-close aboriginal australian hair specimen landmark study q co-author university california berkeley biologist rasmus nielsen follows learn backstory sample how genome-sequencing works technology led discoveries team's key findings why significant anthropologists long interested finding how humans dispersed agree modern humans evolved africa 50 00 thousand years ago thereafter spread rest world consensus stops anthropologists believe hypothesis so-called southern route idea aboriginal australians descended early wave dispersal modern humans southern asia other population groups africa according theory descendants separate recent wave dispersal others believe one major wave hotly debated aboriginals living australia today descend modern humans area 50,000 years ago resolve debates sequenced genome australian aboriginal 90-year-old hair sample analyzed dna computationally compared genomes individuals other geographic regions found individual must descended early dispersal wave different one leading east asians europeans humans dispersed major waves migration africa our results confirm aboriginal australians descendants first wave migrants reaching australia backstory hair specimen involved acquisition hair sample i've duckworth laboratory collections university cambridge obtained one distinguished anthropologists his generation dr alfred cort haddon 923 according haddon's notes sample obtained golden ridge kalgoorli western australia donor described young man worked together goldfields land sea council represents aboriginal traditional owners goldfields region including cultural possibly biological descendants individual who gave original sample how does genome-sequencing work perhaps can explain analogy genome compared book three billion letters sequencing genome australian aboriginal individual managed all letters book still don't really understand language book written can compare similar books genomes other populations learn differences similarities populations technically easier now ever sequence genomes cut genome many chunks feed chopped-up dna machine tell identity all chunks analogy book book shredded many pieces figure how all pieces fit together first time done human difficult now other humans compare hard analyzed dna hair sample knew individual who count europeans aboriginal australians recent ancestors wanted ensure individual 00 percent aboriginal australian descent talk methodology particularly technology team used type dna sequencing talked earlier called next-generation sequencing developed past five years provided incredible increase amount dna sequencing allowed now routinely sequence genome individual cost computational advances allow extract information dna sequences infer history populations dna accurately study developed computational method estimating divergence times populations single genome representative each population implications study any present-day aboriginal australians any significant political implications rights aboriginal australians hopefully determined genetic issues events happened 50 000 years ago however might satisfying aboriginal australian community occupied land long looking
Ancient seafarers
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Time of Aboriginal Arrival Now 65,000 Years

Lost handwriting skills
Madjedbebe archaeological finds show Aborigines have been in Australia for more than 65 millenia. ⁍ shelter earliest excavation axes researchers sediment ⁌ ● time computer aboriginal to arrival numbers 65,000 it years we time figure aboriginal keys arrival text 65,000 in years of time create aboriginal colors arrival code 65,000 software years to time or aboriginal in arrival by 65,000 on years ● ⧫ humans dating artifacts excavation age samples rock researchers madjedbebe axes shelter sediment ancient earliest archaeologist ⧫ ⏏ archaeologist earliest ancient sediment shelter axes madjedbebe researchers rock samples age excavation artifacts dating humans ⏏ ⦿ sand humans study dating layers clarkson site university artifacts stone excavation human date age results luminescence samples determine long dark researchers buried grain people corporation gundjeihmi finding madjedbebe suggests schwenninger email involved provide jacobs team laser colleagues sunlight exposed amount energy shelter rock deepest called sediment continent animals evidence brien dominic migrated ancient axes earliest material studied author archaeologist chris timing ⦿ ∎ timing chris archaeologist author studied material earliest axes ancient migrated dominic brien evidence animals continent sediment called deepest rock shelter energy amount exposed sunlight colleagues laser team jacobs provide involved email schwenninger suggests madjedbebe finding gundjeihmi corporation people grain buried researchers dark long determine samples luminescence results age date human excavation stone artifacts university site clarkson layers dating study humans sand ∎
Madjedbebe Aboriginal art

Man Still Has a Hunter Gatherer Body

The big debate - has Man evolved to eat anything? Of course, eating everything is a huge claim. Human beings have only lived in large groups for 10,000 years. Is this time enough to evolve to eat processed foods? Personally, I would say no. Even scientists who claim this are misguided. They are believing their own propaganda.
Paleo diet of primitive man hunter gatherers
Evolutionary biologist Marlene Zuk says evolution over the last few thousand years has allowed us to digest milk. Don't be fooled by the expertise claimed by this scientist. It should be remembered that many people especially Asians still cannot consume milk without becoming sick. This evolutionary "benefit" is not yet complete. She also says that the hunter-gatherer diet is not known. This is wrong. A great deal is known about the diet of primitive Man. Study of isolated African tribes shows that women collected tubers and berries while men brought home meat every few days. This did not change for hundreds of thousands of years.

Until the last century most humans lived in sparsely populated regions. Was evolutionary "progress" sufficient to change the dietary capability of people in such a short time? Certainly not! Ms Zuk's claims are rubbish. It has been proved that autism is dietary in nature. Changing a diet improves the well being of a sufferer. Scientists still ignore this proven truth.

Processed food may keep you alive but it makes you suffer as well. High intake of sugar for the general population began in the United States in the early 20th century. The Americans were fatter than the British, for example, at that time due to the sugar. Only the wealthy could afford sugar in 19th century Victorian England.  Unfortunately, the Western diet has spread throughout the whole world. The problem with processed food is that vitamins, minerals, protein and particularly carbohydrates can be concentrated into a product, but toxic elements are concentrated as well. However, we do not know which elements are making us ill. Carbohydrate gives potent amounts of energy, but it also makes us fat if we don't use it.

Biology by Ty Buchanan
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