Geologists didn’t want to talk about continental-drift theory


Allan Krill
11/14/20  

Geologists didn’t want to talk about continental-drift theory, from 1912 to 1962. They said it was speculation, and not worth discussing. (See krilldrift.com)

Anthropologists haven’t wanted to talk about aquatic-ape theory since 1960. They say that it is only speculation, there is no evidence for it, and it is not worth discussing. The real problem with aquatic-ape theory is, that if it is right, it means that everything that they have been saying since Dubois and his Homo erectus (a supposedly fossil tooth, skullcap and femur) is wrong. 

Waterside-apers don’t want to talk about Bioko. The say that it is only speculation, there is no evidence for it, and it is not worth discussing. The problem is, that it was discovered by an outsider (Not-Invented-Here Bias). And, if it is right, it means that everything that they have been saying since Elaine Morgan’s last book is wrong. 

Waterside-apers praise Elaine Morgan for her idea, while they take her published evidence and make it their own. Elaine Morgan had more than an idea — she did the research and wrote the evidence for others to use. She got almost everything right. Read her work here. 

Morgan’s mistake was accepting the fossil evidence and related geologic evidence, which are no more correct than Piltdown Man. She was looking at dry East Africa and the Danakil Alps, instead of the rainy fossil-free areas where chimpanzees, gorillas, and humans most likely evolved.

AquaticApe.net
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