I was not going to write again but I really cannot let this pass without comment.
You say what I have discussed does not belong on this thread. It seems to me however that it is not possible to revise evolutionary theory, or concepts relating to early migration, without it having profound social and political consequences. And Bruce, by his own admission, is attempting to revise evolutionary theory and is unapologetic about what he hopes will be the political and social consequences. For example, in a reply to one of my posts, he writes:
As a citizen of the British crown, I am under no illusions about the fact we invaded and stole lands, attempted a genocide, took slaves, failed to reach any legal treaty and continue to maintain an illegal occupation under the correct understandings of international law. ...
Your disbelief of Australian Aboriginal culture is at the root of all modern cultures seems to be rooted in your negative perceptions of the native populace, rather than having anything to do with evidence. The evidence is fully against your position, and my current book is only the beginning of the end for those that think this way - the second book will be, 'case closed'.
So the problem is that I do not believe; " ... Aboriginal culture is at the root of all modern cultures ..." Can you imagine the reaction any European would get if they claimed their culture was 'at the root of all modern cultures'?
It seems to me that in recent times there has been a concerted push to make Europeans ashamed of their history and culture - and if there has been discrimination it has been against Europeans.
But maybe I am wrong and, in 50 or 100 years, when the population of Europe is predominantly Muslim, we will have a historical example of just how well an immigrant population should treat their (white) minority.