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a discovery in China real writing ancient history scientists announced thing they've got the earliest remains of modern human outside Africa , talk a lot he at least eighty thousand years old the traditional out of Africa theory that modern humans first appeared in Africa and I did it Asia only about fifty thousand years ago , now I think I hear agree with the rest of the global scientific community that all humans have a common ancestor , which originating in Africa , however some of those old bean Gilpin typically can around online some bloggers writing our ancestors came from Africa that's ninety three southern China to change that theory and the earliest human might have been Chinese , the keys were dug up in a cave in southern China the research team that they're about twice as old as the earliest evidence for modern humans in Europe the news I think I did the scientific community around the world , I'm playing the next step is to research whether this group died out works of art and helped create today's modern Chinese people