Out of Africa false by genetics

You aren’t descended from blacks in Africa. You came before the black. Know it. Embrace it. Love it.

Philosophies of a Disenchanted Scholar



Note the passive-aggressive tagging of “Out of Africa”.

Those are Austin Powers quotemarks.

It has literally never been true.

This is so easy to debunk with a single piece of negative evidence nobody honest in archaeology should be pushing it still. They’re behind Multi-Regional, the DNA and all the bones support that.

There was no Adam and Eve, it was a story told to people who didn’t know what germs were. It had to be simplified.

And they certainly didn’t live in Africa when Africa didn’t exist at the time.

The landmass was Pangea and there’s no reason for humans to spawn so far south.

Many disease-based reasons to be northern though.
They basically only studied Russians. More studies needed.


Seven thousand five hundred fifty-six (7556) haplotypes of 46 subclades in 17 major haplogroups were considered in terms of their base (ancestral) haplotypes and timespans to their…

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16 thoughts on “Out of Africa false by genetics

    • Ja, there is, one’s got a penis and the other one is gender neutral these days, dontcha know? -:)
      Quote attributed to the Wormser:
      “Beautiful music is the art of the prophets that can calm the agitations of the soul; it is one of the most magnificent and delightful presents God has given us.”

      He was wrong, imo, when he said anyone who is to find Christ must first find the church. How could anyone know where Christ is and what faith is in him unless he knew where his believers are? Trying to tell the suckers they need a middleman. But that was then. Maybe, he would think differently today.
      Tried to find some really boring troubadour music, no luck. So, I present this instead:

      What has all this to do with ‘out of Africa’? Not much, except that Africa as the cradle of civilization doesn’t seem to cut it. I guess once blackie moved to the North he became white. There we go. Sorry BMan, got carried away.

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      • Church: The Middle Man.

        Yes, my family pulled out of Church. We still consider ourselves Christian, I suppose, but we do not affiliate with any denomination and focus on our own understanding.

        I have basically taken several hundred Bibles and threw out the entire Old testament as any guide for life lessons. I love reading the red letters and trying to understand meanings that are hidden from those who don’t know Him. My entire understanding of this belief system is radically different than most everyone else. And if people took their own path this would be more common.

        I agree with you on the cradle of civilization meme. It has never made sense. To believe it is to believe the opposite of what we see with our eyes, that going darker is generally regressive in a variety of ways, but especially intellectually.


        • Thumbs up, BMan. I consider myself a Christian too without the obligatory fire and brimstone sermons on Sunday mornings. And that’s what they (the sermons) were about back then, admonishing, if not outright threatening us with hell and damnation due to our so-called ‘sins’.

          My father pulled us out of the Lutheran Church because 5% of his income taxes went straight to the clergy, and he liked to spend his hard earned bucks on family vacations to Italy.

          Look at those preachers today, no more brimstone, but promises of salvation if you just pay for it. Not much has changed from the Middle Ages. Tithe then and tithe now. Guess who is getting rich? Not God and we’re not either.


  1. למנצח על־הגתית מזמור לדוד׃ יהוה אדנינו מה־אדיר מך בכל־הארץ אשר תנה הודך על־השמים׃


    The Almighty, Yeahway…
    how excellent is thy name in all the earth!
    who hast set thy glory above the heavens.

    Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings hast thou ordained strength
    because of thine enemies, that thou mightest still the enemy and the avenger.

    When I consider thy heavens, the work of thy fingers, the moon and the stars,
    which thou hast ordained;

    What is man, that thou art mindful of him?
    and the son of man, that thou visitest him?

    For thou hast made him a little lower than the angels,
    and hast crowned him with glory and honour.

    Thou madest him to have dominion over the works of thy hands;
    thou hast put all things under his feet:



        • Ever since Chris Stringer and Peter Andrews (1988) discovered that the genetic and archaeological evidence confirms OoA, there has been uproar in some of the less intellectually inclined and ideological sects of the Internet (strawman). These people emphatically deny—without evidence (using their emotions like a leftist, ironic…)(strawman)that the OoA hypothesis is wrong, because ‘I can’t be related to Africans, my skin is white and theirs is black—black skin cannot turn white!’ (one of the more ridiculous statements I’ve come across in my time). The fact of the matter is, people who deny OoA have ideological reasons to do so (strawman), which are not backed by science. I will provide the best (and most recent) data pointing to the OoA hypothesis, as well as go through the main paper that OoA-deniers may bring up.

          You might be on to something, but when I see so many strawmen setup in the first paragraph, I question the validity and your purpose.

          No offense. Honest criticism.

          I question everything… which is not “denial”.


          • What do you think the validity and purpose is of what I wrote? Is anything factually incorrect? Did I cite some sources incorrectly?

            Those examples are what I have come across over the years. Now, if I am incorrect in that article then point it out and explain why. Because I wrote about Klyosov’s paper and debunked the argument.


            • I am saying that your presentation starts so negatively influenced that I question it from the git go. Why go to such lengths to disparage people so many times in the first paragraph?


                • Are you ignoring my point on purpose?

                  Why did you use so many strawmen within the first paragraph? I cut and pasted the offending lines, so …? Why did you feel you must use all the negative comments if your post is so spot on with details?


                • Strawman: an intentionally misrepresented proposition that is set up because it is easier to defeat than an opponent’s real argument

                  Point out where I “intentionally misrepresented” propositions that are “set up because it is easier to defeat than” the “opponent’s real argument”. Show me where and how they set up misrepresentations of opposing arguments and how I made them easier to defeat using quotes from the body of the article.


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