Java Man & Peking Man

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Evolution Says....

Homo habilis evolved into Sinanthropus. Sinanthropus evolved into Pithecanthropus. Pithecanthropus evolved into Eoanthropus. The fossil evidence proves this. The existence of these part ape, part humans, proves that humans evolved.

The Facts Are .....

Fact #1

Peking Man ( Sinanthropus), must reasonably be considered as one of the many evolutionary hoaxes. These fossils were discovered in 1923, but ten skeletons mysteriously disappeared in 1925, and the rest of the collection was 'lost' in transit to America in 1941. The controversial interpretation of these bones has never undergone modern scientific scrutiny to confirm their status as human ancestors. W.R. Thompson, "New Challenging 'Introduction' to the Origin of Species", Everyman Library No. 811, 1956

Fact #2

The reconstruction of Peking Man skull #11 became known as 'Nellie'. Few people know that there were problems with its reconstruction. These were:- (i) the skull was badly broken and far from complete; (ii) the facial bones that were added to the skull were found a metre or so away and may not have belonged to the skull; and (iii) the toothless jaw came from a part of the excavation 25m higher up than the skull. Paul S. Taylor, "The Illustrated Origins Answer Book" (4th. ed.), Eden Publications: Mesa (Arizona), 1992 p:92

Fact #3

The general public, plus most of the scientific community, are not aware that there was evidence of ancient human activity at the Peking Man site. Ten human fossil remains were found, along with tools and fire places. There was also evidence that the humans had been mining limestone at the site and that they had transported thousands of quartz stones there. Malcolm Bowden, "Ape Men: Fact or Fallacy" (2nd. ed.), Sovereign Publications: Bromney (UK), 1981

Fact #4

Almost every expert today agrees that each Peking Man had been eaten and killed by human hunters. Each skull had been bashed inwards in a way that would allow the brain to be taken out.

There were no bodies at the site, which logically leads to the conclusion that the heads were brought there to eat. All these facts indicate that Sinanthropus was a variety of ape which is now extinct. Malcolm Bowden, "Ape-Man: Fact or Fallacy", Sovereign Publications: Bromney (UK), 1981; Marcellin Boule & Henri Vallois "Fossil Men", Dryden Press: New York, 1957 p:145

Fact #5

The world famous fossil, Java Man ( Pithecanthropus), was re-constructed in 1891 from just a thigh bone and a skull cap. Dr Eugene Dubois, the discoverer, found the thigh bone 15 metres away from the skull cap, yet he combined them together into the one individual. M. L. Lubenow, "Bones of Contention", Michigan: Baker Book House Co. (1992) p:86

Fact #6

Dubois found 2 real human skulls in the same strata, and close to the two bones of Java Man.

Dubois never mentioned that he had found these human skulls all the time he promoted Java Man. If he had, nobody would have accepted his claims that Java Man was the 'missing link'. It was not until 1920, 30 years later, that he publicised this fact to the world. Malcolm Bowden, "Ape-Man: Fact or Fallacy", Sovereign Publications: Bromney (UK), 1981 p:131

Fact #7

" Pithecanthropus ['Java Man'] was not a man, but a gigantic genus allied to the gibbons ..... I still believe, now more firmly than ever, that the Pithecanthropus of Trinil is the real "missing link"." Eugene Dubois contradicting himself in 1932, after pushing since 1892 that Pithecanthropus was half-ape and half-human. Recorded by Stephen J. Gould in "Men of the Thirty-Third Division", Natural History, April 1990 p:12-24