The first is:
Why they call the Velika Pecina fossil the Veillencape fossil I don't know.
I have never heard it called that before.
The second is:
This one talks about more evidence of interbreeding between Neanderthal and
modern humans from an earlier work Fred H. Smith, "Upper Pleistocene
Hominid Evolution in South-Central Europe: A Review of the Evidence and
Analysis of Trends," Current Anthropology, 23:6(1982), pp. 667-703, p. 667
Of this earlier work Chris Stringer stated:
"While he does not avoid possibly conflicting evidence, Smith presents the
best case yet assembled from any area for a local evolutionary transition
between Neandertals and early anatomically modern hominids. However, I
still believe that the case is not proven and, as I have argued elsewhere,
we all need to think more carefully about our approach and beware of
expecting simple answers to complex question." ~ C.B. Stringer, "Comments",
Current Anthropology, 23:6 (1982), p. 690
I will post more on this over the weekend.
Foundation, Fall and Flood
Adam, Apes and Anthropology
Lots of information on creation/evolution