Posted by: Loren Coleman on May 25th, 2006
One of the arguments from the Homo floresiensis debunkers (such as from Dr. Jacob pictured here) has been that the little-people are merely representatives of the local people and/or microcephalics in the local population.
Here’s a new challenge from Peter Brown, shown photographing Homo floresiensis (LB1) below, who speaks directly to these critics, via Cryptomundo:
"For those wanting to know more about modern people on Flores, Teku Jacob has a number of mesolithic skeletons from Liang Bua (excavated more than 20 years ago) in his laboratory. You would think that if modern humans on Flores had the same features as H. floresiensis these would have been the first port of call. Not surprising that they have not been mentioned."
See also Peter Brown’s and others’ earlier remarks on the media circus regarding the new "technical report" attack on Homo floresiensis.
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