Fossilized remains of Homo erectus sensu apparenza have been discovered sopra the landmasses of Africa and Eurasia

Oldowan (Mode 1) tools are basic, essentially “made by smashing two rocks together onesto form per sharp flake”, whereas Acheulian tools (Mode 2) are more complex, being “made by repeatedly chipping away at a rock onesto shape it into a hand axe”. 11 The Acheulian handaxes (figure 2) are typically teardrop-shaped. They are thought by evolutionists sicuro have first been made by Homo erectus sensu faccia, and, according preciso Stringer and Andrews, “The people who made the handaxes clearly had a specific shape mediante mind, and often went far beyond verso purely utilitarian form in the care with which they produced them.” 12 Hence, from verso creation point of view, such purposeful manufacture of verso tool has the hallmarks of human activity, indicating that Homo erectus individuals were fully human.

Location and setting

They appear to be concentrated durante several regions, including Java (the central island of Indonesia), Declivio, East Africa (Kenya, Tanzania, Eritrea, Ethiopia), and Georgia (the Dmanisi remains). Remains have also been found in North Africa (Sale 1 cranium from Morocco) and India (Narmada cranium). 13 Homo erectus remains have also been found sopra Denizli, Turkey; namely the partial Kocaba? skullcap. 14 Some researchers view the Ceprano 1 calvarium as belonging onesto Homo erectus, which would also place the species per Italy. 15 Ronald Clarke has also suggested that the partial cranium SK 847, elite singles sito mobile from Swartkrans, South Africa, should be classified as an early Homo erectus. 16 The two new Homo erectus cranial fossils were from Gona, Afar, Ethiopia, and, according esatto Semaw et al.:

The BSN12/P1 cranium (and associated Mode 1 and Mode 2 artifacts) was found in direct association with the Boolihinan Tuff (BHT) stratigraphic level, where 28 metres “of reversely magnetized sediments overlie the BHT, capped by an additional 18+ m of normally magnetized sediments”. 4 The DAN5/P1 cranium and associated artifacts (Mode 1 and Mode 2 tools), found at the DAN5 locality, were said puro have

Mediante per survey of Homo erectus crania (where cranial capacity had been estimated), the setting durante which many of these crania were found was sediments deposited by water. 13 With these Homo erectus fossils we are generally not referring sicuro remains that have been deliberately buried, as is the case with some modern human or Neandertal remains; rather crania, and sometimes scraps of other postcranial material, exposed by erosion of the deposits, or otherwise discovered (addirittura.g. by excavation).

For many of these Homo erectus crania (or postcranial remains) esatto be buried mediante sediments and subsequently fossilized, and then for the stratigraphic layers of these sediments sicuro later be exposed/eroded, by whatever mechanism, would take time. This is apart from the time it would take for the individuals to migrate onesto these regions, some of which (e.g. Indonesia) would involve lengthy journeys. Hence, if these fossils were of individuals post-Flood, then it seems likely they represent migrations of people that began very early post-Flood.

In terms of affinity, the more complete and smaller DAN5/P1 cranium is said esatto esibizione similarity esatto the Dmanisi crania (1.76–1.85 Bensi) from Georgia, the juvenile KNM-ER 42700 cranium (1.5–1.6 Ciononostante) from Kenya, and the small Olorgesailie (KNM-OL 45500) cranium (0.95 Pero) from Kenya, all Homo erectus. 19 Per regard to the larger and very incomplete BSN12/P1 cranium, it is stated as

The above setting shows similarities puro other Homo erectus fossil finds

Although the features sopra Homo erectus crania vary, there are also similarities, even between specimens as far apart as Africa and Indonesia, as indicated above. Verso possible, logical explanation for this would be that all the Homo erectus individuals from these different regions of the world ultimately trace their origins back onesto an original and diverse ‘Homo erectus’ population, likely from Babel.