Re: Dating Adam
Paul Arveson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wed, 22 May 96 17:58:01 EDT
In message <199605221521.LAA15447@hasty.med.unc.edu> Gene Godbold writes:
> I think Mr. Morton's date for Adam is *5.5* million years ago,
> corresponding to the filling of the Mediterranean basin about which there
> can be little flexibility in terms of time. I think this is Mr. Fischer's
> chief objection to his theory.
> Gene Godbold
> Dept. of Biochemistry and Biophysics
> University of NC-Chapel Hill
Oops. Thanks, Gene. This date goes way back before Lucy, then. It's so far
back that we are unlikely to have a lot of data one way or the other.
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