A Theory You’ve Never Heard Of | Michael Robinson | TEDx University of Hartford

I have created a term for people like this guy – ‘QUACKADEMIC’ beware these QUACKADEMICS.

The Hamitic Theory? Whatever the hell THAT is.  Moving on – Noah and his 3 sons dismounted the Ark and pursued their future by traveling to different continents, taking wive(s), and repopulating the world with Homo Sapiens Sapiens. QUESTION: They just exited the Ark and everything ON EARTH IS NOW DEAD EXCEPT THE FLORA & FAUNA ON THE ARK, RIGHT? SO.. where did the wives come from? Were they already “stashed” on the ARK – WRONG! Or did God work some more RIB MAGIC? – WRONG! ALL 3 SONS WERE HERMAPHRODITE AND PROCREATED THEIR OWN KIDS? _ WRONG!



Published on Nov 9, 2015

The Hamitic Hypothesis was a 19th century anthropological theory that claimed that humans originated in Asia and then migrated to other regions of the world. The theory was used to explain the discovery of so-called “white races” in Africa in the late 1800s. The Hamitic Hypothesis was not simply a curiosity of anthropological science. It was an idea that changed lives: from those European colonists who relied upon it to justify their presence in Africa, to the scientists who used it to explain away the accomplishments of African civilizations as a result of “white” influence. Ultimately, the Hamitic Hypothesis anchored a global theory of human origins and migration that, when combined with the Aryan race theory, shaped anthropology, colonial policy, and even the attitudes of Africans themselves for a hundred years.


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