Saturday, April 19, 2008

Peking Man

An assortment of skull fragments was the meager evidence that allowed 1927 evolutionists to envision Peking Man. When releasing information to the press, they neglected to mention that modern human remains, contemporaneous with Peking Man, had also been found during excavation. When scrutiny became more intense in later years, the "evidence," except for a few plaster casts of questionable accuracy, mysteriously disappeared. Today, most experts agree that Peking Man was merely an ape consumed as food by modern humans.

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