>> ... a new population could remain hidden for millions of years without
>>being fossilized, especially if the rate of population growth was slow.
>I agree. The trend among humans has been from small brain (Lucy) to big
>brain (Glenn) over the past 3 million years. Do you have a big brain -
>small brain-big brain scenario? Or starting with proconsul at 70 million
>years ago, is there a small brain - big brain - small brain - big brain
>chain going on?
You are badly mis-construing what I am saying. Even a Homo erectus band
could live for millions of years and not be fossilized. Lucy is NOT a Homo
erectus Since I didn't even mention Australopithecus or Lucy in my last
post, I presume you chose not to really pay attention to what I said. Why
don't you re-read what I said and respond to that rather than
responding to what you wish I had said.
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