Intelligent Design speciation

Why do new “human remains” have to be a new “species”

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Can someone explain the Darwinian neurosis about “species”?:

A treasure trove of ancient human remains discovered in a cave in South Africa could give us a new picture of human evolution – and evidence of a previously undiscovered species.

Michael Marshall, “Treasure trove of ancient human remains hint at undiscovered species” at New Scientist

See also: A physicist looks at biology’s problem of “speciation” in humans

2 Replies to “Why do new “human remains” have to be a new “species”

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    aarceng says:

    There’s much more academic kudos in naming a new species than in finding samples of an existing one.

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    NineDog says:

    There’s much more research money in naming a new species than in finding examples of an existing one. (Kudos to Aarceng)

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