Will the AAT-group ignore the Bioko-hypothesis, just as paleoanthropologists ignore the AAT?


Please read the arguments for the Bioko-version of AAT at and the two articles linked there. And then let's discuss Bioko. 

AAT will not go away, and neither will the Bioko version of AAT. I hope that the AAT-Group does not reject the Bioko version for being too unorthodox, too speculative, not supported by fossil evidence, etc. We have heard similar reasons for ignoring the AAT. Let's discuss the pros and cons of the Bioko-version. Thanks! Allan Krill

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