Ted Vollers wrote:
How they manage to ignore the fact that humanity originated in Africa where environmental factors made us very dark skinned is beyond me, but they do. So their ancestors were in fact black both on the basis of present terminology and on almost a literal basis. That it might be on the Internet does not mean that we should be paying attention to it.
One doesn't need to believe in the above belief system based on mainstream (erroneous) paradigms in order to know and care about the truth of equality and treating all with kindness, respect, and love.
Here's a little food for thought about the above mainstream paradigm and that it's not necessarily a correct one. From Science Frontiers Online website. Pay attention especially to the latter, "comments" section. http://www.science-frontiers.com/sf100/sf100b05.htm
"At one point during the last 400,000 years, the human population worldwide was reduced to only about 10,000 breeding men and women -- the size of a very small town. What caused this population "bottleneck"? Did a population crash engulf the entire globe. If not, who was spared?
Such questions arise from a surprising observation: Human DNA is remarkably uniform everywhere humans are found. This hidden genetic uniformity is difficult to believe if one strolls through a cosmopolitan city like New York or Paris. Nevertheless, compared to the DNA of the great apes, whose mutation rates should be close to ours, human genes on the average show far fewer mutations. Human DNA from Tokyo and London is more alike than that from two lowland gorillas occupying the same forest in West Africa. Harvard anthropologist M. Ruvolo has commented: "It is a mystery that none of us can explain."
The clear implication is that humans recently squeezed through a population bottleneck, during which many accumulated mutations were wiped out. In a sense, the human race began anew during the last 400,000 years. Unfortunately, DNA analysis cannot say where the very grim reaper came from.
(Gibbons, Ann; "The Mystery of Humanity's Missing Mutations," Science, 267:35, 1995.)Comment.
The hand that wiped the slate clean, or nearly so, might have been a meteor impact, a pandemic, the Ice Ages, a flood, volcanism, etc. Whatever it was, it seems to have largely spared Africa*. The chimps and gorillas there apparently did not pass through the bottleneck. Even more interesting is the observation that the DNA of Subsaharan Africans does shows more variability and therefore seems older than that from humans elsewhere on the planet. (See BMG9 in our catalog volume: Biological Anomalies: Humans III.) Or perhaps Subsaharan DNA only seems older because it was not forced through that bottleneck. There are implications here for the African Eve theory".
Anyone who has read some of T.C.'s work should be open to the concept that many mainstream scientific paradigms which are touted as universally accepted "fact", are often riddled with holes and inaccuracies. There is a lot of anomalous data out there which does not fit into the mainstream belief systems. Science Frontiers Online conveniently scans and organizes the worlds scientific publications for such anomalous data. In any case, if Eve did not come out of Africa specifically, but more or less originated simultaneously around the world, then what does this really matter or change?
* It's interesting to note about the above that both Plato and Cayce's guidance note this about Africa and how it was largely spared some past "population bottlenecks". Plato talks about it in his work that chronicles the Greek philosopher Solon who went to Egypt to study with the Hierophants there, and Cayce outlines an ancient Egyptian saga wherein a prophetic, spiritual leader type brings his people from Eurasian area to Egypt because he knows that Egypt will be a safe place for the then coming world geological and climatic upheavals and changes which this source said last occurred primarily about 12,000 years or so ago.