Look at the admission at the start of the article.
Oldest Sapiens DNA is 45,000 years old.
Before that, no trace of them ... anywhere ... on entire planet ... ever. In "Africa" or anywhere else for that matter.
What are the odds.
What looks like a custom genetically engineered Neanderthal killing machine zombie race materializes at the Southern tip of Europe and begins marching northward, doing one thing and one thing only. Ambushing, killing and eating Neanderthals. No art. No culture. No painting. No funerals. No weddings. No dancing. No music. No conversation. No singing. No herding. No cultivation.
It sweeps north and kills Neanderthals. At night it sleeps upon the ground. In some sparse camps there is no sign they even made fire.
It's broad shoulders and narrow waist mean it is completely outmatched at close range with the stout, solid superhuman Neanderthal in hand-to-hand combat. It can really only do one thing well in life and it is chuck a spear with deadly accuracy at great ranges. It has no existence outside its task and no evidence of a soul outside of tracking Neanderthals and exterminating them. That is the only thing it does in life.
We are supposed to believe nature produced this creature. What an insulting thing to say about God.
Presto, mission accomplished and scienmagists say we should believe that these empty, hollow, vicious creatures then domesticated all known species of animals and plants almost overnight, in the blink of an eye. It seems almost like they simply found these things in the camps that they destroyed and then began to use them. To their credit there is nothing that can be attributed. All the things they take credit for have no more substance than those mail order degrees from India. We have to take their word for it because the evidence is nonexistent.
Humans call what followed the "Neolithic Revolution." Really? Is that what it was? Or was it just a bunch of savages with Neanderthal children chained to posts in the middle of villages whipped and beaten to make marvelous tools and implements that they themselves lacked the hand-eye coordination and dexterity to create both in their minds and their limbs? Was it really them pulling that plow or was it a Neanderthal kid showing them how to use the domesticated horse that was taken from the "Tuatha De Danann" to pull the shoulder plow harness they had constructed?
I can only speak for myself, because it is the real sum of my experience. All my life I have solved problems for other people and created things. As soon as I finished, I have been elbowed in the ribs to the back of the room and then one of the "Normal people" has held up the works of my hands to great applause by his fellows. If this is the pattern nearly 40,000 years later it is safe to say that not much has changed at all. I can tell by looking at my present what the past was like. Nothing changes with these chimpmanzees. I was on the team that wrote the software that turned around the fortunes of Advanced Mining Technology, which then turned around the fortunes of Industrea, which became attractive when it offered hardware to go with that software, a company formerly considered irrelevant and finished in the mining industry. As for the people in that photo taking the accolades, I never saw'em until they put their picture in the paper. Do you know what I was doing then? I was like Bill Bixby at the end of that old Hulk television show. I was walking down the highway with my knapsack to the next contract, that sad piano music playing in the background. After the Hulk tears the roof off and saves the day, we always see him trying to hitch a ride in the rain with his thumb. Nobody ever thanks the Hulk, he is like a ghost nobody can see.