22 comments on “Were the Red Deer Cave People Australoids?

  1. Holy cow! What a resemblance to Aborigines! One could go anywhere in Australia and find these similarities in modern descendants of Aborigines!

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  2. Honestly, I think that the Red Deer Cave People may have been hybrids (modern human + Homo erectus or perhaps H. habilis) out of Australia πŸ™‚ Now that would certainly change our beliefs won’t it LOL.


    • Oh I see…lol There is a third party involved with this. I was curious about that when you kept referring to “we” when you were working on it awhile back. πŸ™‚

      Hey, that’s how I learned to work on the web. I bought an Airplane and then taught myself how to fly it. I decided I wanted to learn how to do something I could make a few bucks doing from anywhere while living our mobile lifestyle when I get older.

      So I jumped in, acquired a couple domains, and bought server hosting. I started loading up free scripts and then blowing them up left and right. I experimented with everything I could figure out on my own and had some help from a very good Friend when I got stuck. Eventually I got to where I wasn’t blowing them up anymore and could actually read and understand how the coding languages and script were processing the whole mess. Good thing they weren’t airplanes. lol

      One curious question though? If he can customize a Banner he should be able to operate a comment or reply button here right? lol


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    • Oh man… You didn’t fire him because he got creative did you? Creativity is a good thing! As long as you don’t try to “redefine” truly predetermined known and proven facts in writing a thesis.

      Well…if he is now off on his own, Wish him good fortune for me, and thanks for the help he shared here with us! I think he got lucky to have had such a great Archae/Anthrop/Soci-ologist Sensei to study under and he may be headed in the right direction!

      He might end up needing a good double kick before it’s over with… πŸ™‚

      How’s that terminology for a triple kick! lol


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  7. This is an extremely interesting case, It excites me that more than one human species my have walked the earth simultaneously so recently.
    I am interested in conducting research into human evolution after university and I was wondering what your qualifications are?

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    • Coexistence of more than one hominin species seems to be the norm rather than the exception as more and more evidence supports. The Red Deer Cave People are very intriguing to me πŸ™‚


    • Mr Pike… Right out of the gate your question about “qualifications” disqualifies you to further the discussion. “Qualifications” means “inside the box” and part of the controlled information to make money scam.

      I am just a layman with a curious hobby, yet I am on top of the logic scale much more than the educated idiots who can’t even read the directions to change their own spare tire and save themselves.

      Lose that… And we will discuss logic Sir…


  8. Have you seen the clip on the two skulls that were documented on a trailer on YouTube by Steven strong? Would be interested in your thoughts on it if so πŸ™‚

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    • Welcome Rhi πŸ™‚ I’m assuming you are referring to this video::

      The skulls are indeed unusual and out of place. They are more gracile than robust and look almost modern. But that cannot be if the theory that the first inhabitants of Australia came out of Africa. Also absent is the sloping forehead typical of Homo erectus. The mouth appears to have been small and the cheeks and chine narrow. The eye orbits, however, seem unusually large. In fact, in the below article it says that measurements of the skull and eye orbits indicate they occupied 50% of the face! That’s rather astounding to say the least! It is also noted in this article that the position of the nose is “far too high by today’s standards” and, indeed, it appears so. Further, the two skulls are unlike each other yet they were buried closely to each other which is odd and unusual.

      see the article at:

      Typically, in the animal kingdom large eyes are an indication that a creature was/is nocturnal so the skull with the overly large eye sockets may have in fact been nocturnal. Light bones and long arms may indicate that the hominid walked on all fours at least part of the time.

      In my mind this is one MORE discovery in Australia that just doesn’t fit what we think about human evolution. The Land Down Under is well known for its oddities including ancient human ancestors which I’ve written about before on this blog. So what were these hominids? I don’t know but I’d speculate they were some as yet unknown variety of ancient human ancestors. There is still a lot of mystery out there and we DON’T know everything. Remember, NOTHING in anthropology is set in stone because everything is subject to change with new discoveries. And huma progression (evolution) is NOT an upward ladder. In fact, it is full of twists and turns and back turns much like a braided stream.

      Thanks for sharing this phenomena with us and welcome πŸ™‚


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