Scientific evidence suggests that most of us can trace our origins to one tiny group of people who left Africa around 70,000 years ago.
Scientific evidence refuting the theory of modern humanity’s African genesis is common knowledge among those familiar with the most recent scientific papers on the human Genome, Mitochondrial DNA and Y-chromosomes.
All that can be stated with confidence is that humanity’s ancestor did not reside in Africa, but “probably” Australia.
When an Original Elder of high standing recently declared that “all peoples of the world come from us”, it seems he had a large body of genetic science standing beside him
The entire human race outside Africa owes its existence to the survival of a single tribe of around 200 people who crossed the Red Sea 70,000 years ago, scientists have discovered. While there are 14 ancestral populations in Africa itself, just one seems to have survived outside of the continent.
The earliest human remains found outside of Africa were discovered in Palestine and are thought to be around 100,000 years old. They are remains of a group that left Africa through what is now the Sahara desert during a brief period when the climate grew wetter, turning the desert green with vegetation. This excursion, however, failed and the population died out when the climate started to dry out again.