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This bold claim is obviously false, since a founding pair could have existed as part of a wider population with whom the founding pair’s descendants may or may not have interbred.

Um. Still highly improbable. None of you guys ever talked to an anthropologist did you?

The existence of Homo heidelbergensis as a distinct species is even doubtful.

Yes we have talked to many anthropologists and population geneticists. It is improbable, not because evidence, but because of priors.

No. It’s wrong because of evidence. The evidence being hominins moved around like crazy and humped everything that moved.

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