What Drove Early Man Across Globe? Climate Change

National Public Radio: Anthropologists believe early humans evolved in Africa and then moved out from there in successive waves. However, what drove their migrations has been a matter of conjecture. One new explanation is climate change. Anthropologist Anders Erikkson of Cambridge University in England says the first few hardy humans who left Africa might've gone earlier but couldn't. Northeastern Africa - the only route to Asia and beyond - was literally a no man's land. "The people couldn't really couldn't leave,"......

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