Oldest Human Fossils Outside Africa Push Back Our Timeline…Again!

It is no wonder that time keeps pushing us more and more back as we speak. No, that is not a metaphor for how humanity is losing its grip on the passage of time, it is more so just a directly pointed arrow that showcases the fact that humanity is way older than we originally thought it to be.

A series of human fossils that we came across outside of Africa seem to suggest that our species came from that continent over 200,000 years ago.

Soon after though it was discovered that this was incorrect, as yet another series of fossils were uncovered only for these to be reckoned indecisive and a new series of fossils to be discovered in Jebel Irhoud, Morocco which was of at least 300,000 years old by now.

As time moves on and on it appears as though our timeline is pushed more and more back as we speak, since these following relics and remains all point towards our original genesis being way more back than historians would like us to believe.

The Misliya-1 for example is a partial maxilla that appears to date back to 177,000 – 194,000 years old by now.

If that weren’t enough take a look at the stone tools that appear to behold to the Levallois technology which shouldn’t exist at the time.

These pertain to at least 190-260,000 years old by now. And then we have the Jebel Irhoud, Morocco Levallois tools which date back approximately 315,000 years ago.

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