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Make the date or wait?
June 21, 2016

For some time now it has always been the men's job to make the date. They are the ones to make the first approach in a bar, or to ask for a lady's number, but surely this is a relic of the past?

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No, modern Homo sapien evolved 100,000 years ago in Africa and then migrated into Asia and then Europe and then Australia and then finally to the Americas. The order is pretty concrete at this point, but the timing seems to be continuously in flux with every new archaeological finding pushing the dates around a few thousand years each time. Especially the migration to the Americas, at one time it was felt that that migration took place around 12,000 years ago, but more recently sites have been found in S. America that date back to 18,000 ears ago which means that man must have passed through N. America sooner then that or else that that early migration may have come from the South Pacific to be later replaced (or bred into) by the larger migration of 12,000 years ago. Dates on the Australian migration, however, remain relatively static in comparrison and, in my opinion, is not as interesting to study because their is less conjecture and hypothesis.

According to the latest DNA studies, modern Homo sapiens (us) appeared roughly 150,000-180,000 years ago. We split from the apes roughly 5-7 million years ago. The area between the two dates has various transitional forms and dead-ends such as Australopithecus, Paranthropus, Homo habilis, Homo erectus, and Homo neandertalensis.

First of all, when people hear the word "Africa" they automatically think the people are Black. Just because the modern people of the country are Black skinned does not mean they always were, now moving on. I believe my people, the Europeans, came from where they are now. Europe. The Native Americans, came from Asia a few thousand years after European Nomads discovered the continent on an Ice Bridge connecting from France/Spain to Modern West Virginia. The European flourished here for thousands of years and they mixed with the Asians and created the Modern Native Americans. I believe Blacks are from Africa and I think it s pretty obvious, excluding South Afrika which is Dutch now.