Neandertal question

John W Burgeson (
Sun, 1 Nov 1998 16:19:35 -0700

I recent YEC publication cite a John W. Cuozzo
as investigating the effects of aging on skeletal
structure. On the basis of his
work he concluded that neandertal man was
simply "old," not otherwise different from modern man.

"The model clearly showed that a normal "modern" human
would look like Neanderthal when he got to about
400 years old!"

Interesting conjecture. But I had thought I had read that
juvenile Neandertal remains had also been found? Am I
right? Or is his conjecture a possible one?


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