Nov 22, 2011
I spent many hours visually comparing the fossil skulls and skeletal remains of hominids from the earliest ancestors in Africa, through later-dated discoveries in Europe and
I also reviewed the scientific literature for other possible correlations, such as the ranges of time the fossil records span, and other incidentals such as the height and physical characteristics of the species. What I was looking for was traits that I have observed myself, and that were also reported by innumerable eyewitness accounts.
the brain-case which, at 1300 cc., is within the range of modern humans. The profile of the face is also flatter than more ancient specimens and has the structural support for the cartilage that would form a projecting or "hooded" nose with downward facing nostrils, more similar to the modern human than the ape.
Resources and references:
DNA Report Hypothesis