Ancient teeth found in China challenge modern human migration theory

October 16, 2015

When we discuss the Agganna Sutta, that describes how the Earth and life originated it will become very clear that the basis of current theories on “human evolution” is completely wrong. However, they are consistent with Buddha Dhamma in the sense that species will exist only when conditions for their existence prevail.

  • The current scientific theory is that human originated in Africa and then migrated to other parts of the world, starting about 50,000 years ago. Recent evidence just published in the prestigious journal Nature provides evidence of the existence of humans like us in China some 80,000 to 100,000 years ago. Below is the news article from CNN. I will add the paper from Nature when it becomes available:

Ancient teeth found in China challenge modern human migration theory

  • In this context, I must also point out that there are other archeological evidence for the existence of humans in Sri Lanka and India dating back to  30,000 years and earlier:


December 18, 2015

The following post says, “..We’re quickly learning that Europe and Africa may not provide the best model for us to use to interpret the fossil record of East Asia. For example, Denisova Cave is as far east as we’ve found the Neanderthals, and they don’t seem to have occupied Siberia permanently. This is unlike Europe, where they lived until about 40,000 years ago. And so far, no Neanderthals have been found in China or anywhere further South of Denisova Cave.

The fact is that we’ve really only scratched the surface in East Asia..”
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