"Actually a female Mule can reproduce with its progenitor horse; its the male who is infertile."
True, but again, it's not happening again and again in the "wild." The existence of the mule is because of a forced relationship.
"Selassielive is saying scientifically what I've been hypothesizing, a hybrid hominid was created in Asia and has since then replaced a majority of European hominids and is at present on course to replace the African-Asian or Afro-Asiatic and the continental African hominid."
Created? I don't see the scientific basis for your hypothesis. The mad-scientist theory is lacking. Have we any example of man breeding two different types of animals that have replaced the original species?
"That before there was an exodus from Africa to the 'Middle East' there was one in the West. Africa collided with Spain before it collided with Arabia. How else does one explain human body lice?"
Collided? It's hard for me to believe that Africans touched Spain before they touched Arabia. If we give any pause to the idea that the first humans originated in the east of the African continent it would stand to reason that they might have crossed the Red sea before the Mediterranean. Maybe not though, I don't know, but what does body lice have to do with it? I'm sure the advent of clothing occurred before any collision.
"From Cimmerian, to Mede, to Semite"
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