National Geographic's take on humans
I've got to say, science truly favors it's own spin.
Origin: Africa - When: > 100,000 years ago - Who: Adam
"The common direct paternal ancestor of all men alive today was born in Africa between 300,000 and 150,000 years ago.Dubbed "Y-chromosome Adam" by the popular press, he was neither the first human male nor the only man alive in this time. He was, though, the only male whose Y-chromosome lineage is still around today. All men, including your direct paternal ancestors, trace their ancestry to one of this man's descendants. The oldest Y-chromosome lineages in existence, belonging to the AOO branch of the tree, are found inly in African populations.
Around 100,000 years ago the mutation named P305 occurred in the Y-chromosome of a man in Africa. This is one of the oldest known mutations that is not shared by all men. Therefore, it marks one of thee early splits in the human Y-chromosome tree, which itself marks one of the earliest branching points in modern human evolution. The man who first carried this mutation lived in Africa and is the ancestor to more than 99.9% of paternal lineages today. In fact, men who do not carry this mutation are so rare that its importance in human history was discovered only in the past two years." _ National Geographic.
So, we are mutants of the remaining possible 0.1% of the original beings.
Yeah, my foot!
How about the 0.1% are non-humans?
That would make more sense, and it would match the Bible.
Over 100,000 years ago?
Please, the World is only 6,022 years old.
Yes, 'scientists' claim it is billions of years old. Statement in which they have no proof whatsoever. Their carbon dating was never compared to real known facts, as of yet.
Sorry science, I'll go with the Bible or Thora (with a twist of Book of Enoch), for my verified world history.
Note: Enoch was mentioned in the Bible and Thora. "Enoch walked with God"
Many statements in the Bible, by prophets and Jesus are from Enoch or the Book of Enoch.