The Origin of Anatomically Modern Homo Sapiens


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The Origin of Anatomically Modern Homo Sapiens
From the dawn of time man has struggled with the concept of where he has come from, what is his story, his history, his origins. These questions have been the subject of scientific, religious and philosophical discussions, arguments, research papers, novels and lectures for thousands of years. Ultimately it is unlikely that these questions will be resolved during this brief analysis-or at any time in our post-modern history. The premise of this essay is to examine the research surrounding the origin of the anatomically modern Homo
. This analysis will survey the main bodies of work relating to Mitochondrial DNA analysis, Genomic investigation and other research articles which attempt to...
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