Human Evolutionary Tree
The whole evolution from primates to humans is a known fact, described perfectly in the fossil record. The size of the brain is a very accurate indicator of a fossil’s evolution in regards to thought, morality, culture & behaviour.
The Facts Are .....
There is nothing in the size of the brain to indicate morality, behaviour, or any degree of culture.
Brain size should not be used to infer these characteristics on fossil remains. M. L. Lubenow, "Bones of Contention", Michigan: Baker Book House Co. (1992) p:84
"The fossils that decorate our family tree are so scarce that there are still more scientists than specimens. The remarkable fact is that all the physical evidence we have for human evolution can still be placed, with room to spare, inside a single coffin." Written by evolutionary anthropologist Dr Lyall Watson, in his article
"The Water People", in Science Digest, Vol. 90, No.5, May 1982 p:44
"The entire hominid collection known today would barely cover a billiard table, but it has spawned a science because it is distinguished by two factors which inflate its apparent relevance far beyond its merits ..... the collection is so tantalizingly incomplete, and the specimens themselves often so fragmentary and inconclusive, that more can be said about what is missing than about what is present."
Written by John Reader (author of "Missing Links") in his article "Whatever Happened to Zinjanthropus?" in New Scientist, Vol. 89, No. 1246, March 1981
"Biologists would dearly like to know how modern apes, modern humans and the various ancestral hominids have evolved from a common ancestor. Unfortunately, the fossil record is somewhat incomplete as far as the hominids are concerned, and it is all but blank for the apes." Written by world-renowned palaeoanthropologist, Richard Leakey in "The Making of Mankind", Michael Joseph Press Ltd: London, 1981 p:43
"The fossil record pertaining to man is still so sparsely known that those who insist on positive declarations can do nothing more than jump from one hazardous surmise to another and hope that the next dramatic discovery does not make them utter fools ..... As we have seen there are numerous scientists and popularizers today who have the temerity to tell us that there 'is no doubt' how man originated. If only they had the evidence ....." Written by evolutionist William R. Fix in his book "The Bone Peddlers", MacMillan Pub. Co: New York, 1984 p:150
"..... from the actual structure of the chromosome we can demonstrate that the human species did not come from a progressive humanisation of a pre-human." Professor Jerome Lejeune (Chair of Fundamental Genetics, University of Paris), from his conference paper "The Beginning of Life", October 1975.
"Amid the bewildering array of early fossil hominoids, is there one whose morphology marks it as man's hominid ancestor? If the factor of genetic variability is considered, the answer appears to be no."
Written by Dr Robert B. Eckhardt (Professor of Anthropology, Pennsylvania State University, USA) in his article "Population Genetics and Human Origins", in Scientific American, Vol. 226, No. 1, 1972 p:94
"..... in the present state of our knowledge, I do not believe it is possible to fit the known hominid
[human-like] fossils into a reliable pattern." Written by world-renowned palaeontologist Mary Leakey, in "Disclosing the Past", Doubleday & Co: New York, 1984 p:214
"So one is forced to conclude that there is no clear-cut scientific picture of human evolution." Written by Dr Robert Martin (Senior Research Fellow at the Zoological Society of London) in the article "Man Is Not An Onion", in New Scientist, Vol. 75, No.
1063, August 1977 p:285