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The Importance of Flowing Genes
An argument supporting the regional continuity theory.
# 139232 | 750 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Anthropology (Pre-Historic) , Biology (General)

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This paper is concerned with the origin and spreading of modern humans. The paper considers the major evolutionary theories and argues for the regional continuity theory, which asserts that homo sapiens came not from one location, but from all over the globe. The main point of the paper is that the diversification of the genetic pool contributed to the global evolution.

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"In going beyond the oversimplified version of evolution popularized by the mainstream media, one confronts multiple evolutionary theories and a challenging collection of fossil and DNA evidence. It is essential to consider this evidence and apply some instinct, or rather intellectual instinct, to conclude which theory, or model, is the most credible. Of course with evolution, reaching a conclusion is to still have questions remaining. There will always be controversy as long as the definitive evidence is still undiscovered. Nevertheless, in considering the three models, I would argue that the regional continuity model is the most credible. As humans are so highly evolved, it would be necessary for there..."

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