Time Magazine’s Homo sapiens idaltu Error

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A report in the June 12, 2003, edition of Nature magazine of the discovery of a skull in the African country of Ethiopia also appeared in Time magazine. An article titled “The 160,000-Year-Old-Man” in the June 23, 2003, edition of the magazine was the work of the Darwinist scientists Michael D. Lemonick and Andrea Dorfman. The article deals with pro-evolutionary speculation, despite the fact that the skull is no different to that of modern man, and Time magazine engaged in evolutionist propaganda by portraying these subjective interpretations as if they were scientific fact.

A report in the June 12, 2003, edition of Nature magazine of the discovery of a skull in the African country of Ethiopia also appeared in Time magazine. An article titled “The 160,000-Year-Old-Man” in the June 23, 2003, edition of the magazine was the work of the Darwinist scientists Michael D. Lemonick and Andrea Dorfman. The article deals with pro-evolutionary speculation, despite the fact that the skull is no different to that of modern man, and Time magazine engaged in evolutionist propaganda by portraying these subjective interpretations as if they were scientific fact.

An earlier article of ours has already revealed the groundlessness of the evolutionary speculation regarding this skull. You can read our response to the evolutionists’ errors concerning the skull, named Homo sapiens idaltu, here.

2003-06-12 00:00:00

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