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Post Re: Email interview with Robert Wright! Ask questions here.
Robert Tulip wrote:
. . . The dating for 'Eve' was a blow to the multiregional hypothesis, and a boost to the hypothesis that modern humans originated relatively recently in Africa and spread from there, replacing more "archaic" human populations such as Neanderthals. As a result, the latter hypothesis is now the dominant one."


Yes, it seems we're all Africans.

Looks like an interesting book.


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Here is a link to the transcript page where the Robert Wright interview can be found. transcripts.html

Thanks for all the great questions for Robert! :)



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