Barcelona | A new study emerging from the Institute of Creationist Biology in Barcelona, Spain, claims Homo erectus, a forebearer of humanity which went extinct nearly 2 million years ago, disappeared because of their atypical sexual preferences.
According to new archeological evidence emerging from the Palau Pe Dang site in Indonesia, these ancestors of modern humans possibly favored interbreeding with their own gender, leading to a steep decline of their population, believes leading researcher and Christian minister, Emmanuel Fortes.
“A majority of specimens discovered on the site were found to be of the male gender” explains evolutionary biologist and Christian minister, Emmanuel Fortes. “A volcanic eruption at the time covered the group with ashes as they were sleeping. The position of the skeletal remains clearly shows unusual sexual practices between male specimens of the group,” he explained during a press conference this week.
A sharp decline
According to an analysis of global genomes published this week in the journal Science, Homo erectus DNA sharply declined within the human gene pool 2 million years ago, a phenomenon currently unexplained by mainstream science.
“DNA studies done on LGBT community members worldwide clearly show the remnants of the Homo erectus DNA in much stronger percentiles than in heterosexual groups, a fact mainstream scientists dismiss as pseudo-science, but the numbers are there for everyone to see” explains assistant director of the Creation Science Museum, in Salt Lake City, Utah.
A warning to humanity
Evolutionary biologist and creationist minister, Emmanuel Fortes, strongly believes the recent data should not be taken lightly.
“If humanity strives to survive, we must understand the lessons of the past,” he explained during the four hour-long conference. “Homo erectus disappeared because of its unruly defiance of the natural laws of the Earth and thus, destroyed itself. This is a clear warning to humanity that the practice of such unnatural acts will lead to our ultimate destruction as a species,” he warned.
A 2011 phrenological study done by the Institute of Creationist Biology in Barcelona on the largest existing collection of Homo erectus craniums also proved the Homo erectus brain was “extremely orientated towards sexual activities […] of possible deviant and unlawful nature” revealed the study.