Human line 'nearly split in two'

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/7358868.stm

To sum the article up for those unwilling to read it, there was a period in time in which humans existed in isolated groups for a period of 50,000 to 100,000 years. During the late stone age, technological expansion and population explosions caused humans to reunite the line and prevent humanity from splitting off into two separate species, so to speak.

Extremely interesting if you ask me. Yes, you have to be a believer in evolution to accept this, lets please not dwell on that.
 
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Well it's a pretty easy concept to think about in my mind. I mean monkeys probably came from those who didn't re-unite with their "brother" species. Another example is like in 2001: A Space Odyssey, where the cave-monkeys were tested by the giant black obelisk. The dumber ones didn't die out, they just became another species. The smarter ones were able to survive more and evolved, while the dumber ones were left to de-volve, if you will.
 
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that's very interesting!
 

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