If mankind has existed on this earth for a million years, then where are all the bones?
And where are all the trillions upon trillions of bones for all the animals and creatures that would have lived here all that time?
The reality is that if you look at population growth figures and the number of fossils that are actually out there, then a lot of what we have been told does not make sense.
Consider the following:
Today the population grows at 2% per year. If we set the population growth rate at just 0.5% per year, then total population reduces to zero at about 4500 years ago. If the first humans lived 1,000,000 years ago, then at this 0.5% growth rate, we would have 10^2100 (ten with 2100 zeroes following it) people right now. If the present population was a result of 1,000,000 years of human history, then several trillion people must have lived and died since the emergence of our species. Where are all the bones? And finally, if the population was sufficiently small until only recently, then how could a correspondingly infinitesimally small number of mutations have evolved the human race?
So where are all the bones?
What do you all think?
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