Anthropologists have created this story about the perception of early man’s intelligence and capabilities which amounts to simplistic and not so smart. This is how evolution works, they claim. Neandertals are not considered dumb brutes anymore. It”s my contention, Neandertals were fully human, acted like humans, displayed all the normal things humans do, no difference.
In science daily…
“Neandertals, the ‘stupid’ cousins of modern humans were capable of capturing the most impressive animals. This indicates that Neandertals were anything but dim. Dutch researcher Gerrit Dusseldorp analysed their daily forays for food to gain insights into the complex behaviour of the Neandertal. His analysis revealed that the hunting was very knowledge intensive.”
“The Neandertals were not easily intimated by their game. Rhinoceroses, bisons and even predators such as the brown bear were all on their menu. Dusseldorp established that just as for modern humans, the environment and the availability of food determined the choice of prey and the hunting method adopted. If the circumstances allowed it, Neandertals lived in large groups and even the most attractive and difficult to catch prey were within their reach.”
Hunting these types of animals takes much ability with good communication which Neandertals were able to do. One wonders where are all those brutes are who couldn’t communicate normally or hunt certain animals which requires good intelligence and communication because the story from anthropologists who believe in evolution is not adding up.
Another example of bad story telling, manufactured beads were found that are supposedly 82,000 years old. A great debate is going on because evolutionists claim it was too early for humans to have such an ability. Speaking of ability and beads, there are ones made out of shells which were also found in Morocco.
The beads were pretty similar to those found in Africa supposedly 72,000 years ago. The discovery was very interesting, because the Taforalt discoveries were identical shell types from geographically distant regions.” It wasn’t like these groups of people were living within a few miles of each other where they could learn from one another.
As we can see, and continue to learn, ancient man wasn’t evolving nor were they too dumb to invent cities for 100,000 years. The only reason why a story like this continues to even exist within evolutionary circles is result in the belief of man coming from apes.