Homo sapiens is the last step before contemporary
man in the imaginary evolutionary scheme. In fact, evolutionists
do not have much to say about these fossils, as there are
only very minor differences between them and modern human
beings. Some researchers even state that representatives of
this race are still living today, and point to native Australians
as an example. Like Homo sapiens (archaic), native
Australians also have thick protruding eyebrows, an inward-inclined
mandibular structure, and a slightly smaller cranial capacity.
The group characterized as Homo heidelbergensis
in evolutionist literature is in fact the same as archaic
Homo sapiens. The reason why two different terms are used
to define the same human racial type is the disagreements
among evolutionists. All the fossils included under the Homo
heidelbergensis classification suggest that people who
were anatomically very similar to modern Europeans lived 500,000
and even 740,000 years ago, in England and in Spain.
A typical Cro-magnon
It is estimated that Cro-Magnon man
lived 30,000 years ago. He has a dome-shaped cranium and a
broad forehead. His cranium of 1,600 cc is above the average
for contemporary man. His skull has thick eyebrow projections
and a bony protrusion at the back that is characteristic of
both Neanderthal man and Homo erectus.
Although the Cro-Magnon is considered
to be a European race, the structure and volume of Cro-Magnon's
cranium look very much like those of some races living in
Africa and the tropics today. Relying on this similarity,
it is estimated that Cro-Magnon was an archaic African
race. Some other paleoanthropological finds have shown that
the Cro-Magnon and the Neanderthal races
intermixed and laid the foundations for the races of our day.
As a result, none of these human beings were
"primitive species." They were different human beings who
lived in earlier times and either assimilated and mixed with
other races, or became extinct and disappeared from history.