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It's Official: Timeline For Human Migration Gets A Rewrite

The wealth of new paleoanthropological, archaeological and genetic evidence has passed the tipping point: In a review published today in the prestigious journal Science, researchers acknowledge that the conventional timeline of human migration out of Africa "can no longer be considered valid." The idea of an African homeland for our species is less than a century old, rooted in the discove
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