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If the science of human origins understood the definition of "theory" the lagging nature of paradigm shifts would not be so great. Each time new data is collected it must first address the belief systems which are based solely on a lack of data combined with arrogance and complacency. Cognition is not exclusive to a history of invention. This story should not come as any great shock, as some who understand the scientific method had already suspected it. There is no lack of data, it is only that the archaeological record fails to represent the truth. It is a simple mathematical estimation that should clarify things. Starting with 200,000 we can incorporate the lowest estimations of population and resources and wonder why any ancient stone implement could be considered rare. Imagine all that time and yet only a bird whistle could be heard on this side of the globe...simply amazing ain't it? Duh huh!
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