Genomics refutes an exclusively African origin of humans.

@article{Eswaran2005GenomicsRA,
  title={Genomics refutes an exclusively African origin of humans.},
  author={Vinayak Eswaran and Henry H. Harpending and Alan R. Rogers},
  journal={Journal of human evolution},
  year={2005},
  volume={49 1},
  pages={1-18}
}
Ten years ago, evidence from genetics gave strong support to the "recent African origin" view of the evolution of modern humans, which posits that Homo sapiens arose as a new species in Africa and subsequently spread, leading to the extinction of other archaic human species. Subsequent data from the nuclear genome not only fail to support this model, they do not support any simple model of human demographic history. In this paper, we study a process in which the modern human phenotype… CONTINUE READING

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