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This is the earliest needle known, 40,000 years old; made of bone and found in the Upper Cave of the Peking Man Site in China,


Chinese Scientist Proves the First Inhabitants of China Were Black

For many years Black historians and Afrocentrists have said that the first inhabitants of China were black Africans. "The Negroid races peopled at some time all the South of India, Indo-China and China. The South of Indo-China actually has no...


Peking Man Museum (北京猿人)

Peking Man Site at Zhoukoudian Scientific work at the site, which lies 42 km south-west of Beijing, is still underway. So far, it has led to the discovery of the remains of Sinanthropus pekinensis, who lived in the Middle Pleistocene, along with various objects, and remains of Homo sapiens sapiens dating as far back as 18,000–11,000 B.C. The site is not only an exceptional reminder of the prehistorical human societies of the Asian continent, but also illustrates the process of evolution.


"In the period that paleontologists call 'the Cambrian explosion,' virtually every major animal group appears suddenly from nowhere, with no transitional forms preceding them. So, instead of animals diverging from a common parent, what the fossil record shows is that all the major groups arose abruptly at one time. Think about that. Does the evidence support the theory that life evolved gradually by accident or does it point to a Creator?