In dreaming up their scenarios of human history, evolutionist scientists stretch their imaginations to set up a fictitious transition from the primitive to the more advanced. According to this imaginary evolutionary history, human beings who lived in earlier periods must have had more primitive lifestyles in comparison to those who came later, and must have exhibited more ape-like features in their behaviour. They adapt discoveries concerning the history of man these tales and tell evolutionary stories in which the words “primitive” and ”modern” make frequent appearances. However, scientific findings frequently reveal results that discredit evolutionists’ imaginations, and they themselves admit that ancient humans led far more modern lifestyles than they had ever expected.
One such palaeontological discovery was recently made by a team led by Curtis Marean, from the University of Arizona in the USA. The researchers, who discovered remains some 164,000 years old and realised to have been used by humans in Pinnacle Point cave in on the coast of the Indian Ocean, revealed some fascinating and hitherto unknown features of the lifestyles of early humans. Using a classic Darwinist propaganda technique, however, the Ntvmsnbc.com new portal reported this under the caption “Our ancestors long ago moved to a modern lifestyle.”
The findings from the study pushed the known history of the consumption of sea food a long way back in time. Ntvmsnbc.com said in its report that three pieces of evidence regarding modern life found by scientists in a cave, seafood taken from the ocean and cooked, small red bowls and small cutting tools, showed that, contrary to what had been thought, our ancestors were eating sea food long before we ever imagined.
The report in question contained the following statements regarding the social and modern lives, far beyond evolutionist expectations, enjoyed by the people of that time:
A cave discovered by archaeologists in South Africa has shown that thanks to the sea, our ancestors discovered the whole world and moved to a modern form of life long before previously thought… It emerged that Homo sapiens had adopted a modern form of living long before had been imagined… The 57 rock fragments discovered by Marean and his team revealed that they could have been used like modern-day make-up and to issue social signals… The oldest known shoreline settlements dated back some 120,000 years… Homo sapiens, who used the wealth of the seas and thus moved very early to a modern form of life, is believed to have migrated along the coast thanks to the availability of marine products and passed beyond Africa, first to the Red Sea shore, then to the Middle East, South Asia, New Guinea and thence to have discovered Australia.
These latest findings pushed the date of the consumption of sea foods way back into the past and also provided evidence of civilised characteristics among the people of the time. They revealed that people exhibiting such social and intelligent behaviour did so in a way that far exceeds the primitive images depicted by evolutionists. These discoveries add yet more to to the findings that Darwinists either never expect, or ignore, or sweep under the carpet. You can read about many more such fascinating discoveries in Harun Yahya’s “The Stone Age: A Historic Lie.”
Note: This article also constitutes our response to the report below:
Earliest Evidence of Modern Humans Detected, Science Daily, 17 October 2007