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Yet, every 'fossil watcher' knows that the individuals in that line-up change from time to time. That line-up has changed considerably in the last ten years. The particular line-up that Groves suggests is not the line-up accepted by all evolutionists. The fossils involved and the dates ascribed to them are subjectively determined and are constantly subject to change.

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[5]) Evolutionists have been unstinting in their praise of the discovery of Australopithecus ramidus However, there is reason, to challenge their claims and to suggest that the fossils actually represent a form of pygmy chimpanzee.

It is significant that, according to evolutionists, no fossils of chimpanzee have ever been found.

This line of evidence is linked to the first one because Australopithecus ramidus gets its prominence by being the last one in that graded series, being older than Lucy (Australopithecus afarensis).

It thus extends human ancestry farther back in time. ('Hominid' is an evolutionary term referring to all fossil individuals who are believed to be direct human ancestors, including the australopithecines, especially those believed to have walked erect.) It is universally understood by evolutionists that the value of a fossil to their claims is in direct proportion to its ability to be accurately dated.

This fact, in itself, would seem to place a degree of contingency on the dating of these fossils.

In a letter to Nature regarding the date of 4.4 million years ago, [15] John Kappelman (University of Texas, Austin) and John Fleagle (State University of New York, Sunny Brook) speak of the difficulty of both radiometric and palaeomagnetic dating in that area of Ethiopia, and demonstrate that the age of Australopithecus ramidus may have been overestimated by as much as 0.5 million years ago.

[4] (In late December 1994 a mandible and partial postcranial skeleton were found of what is thought to be the same type of individual.

Details of this discovery have yet to be published.

The fossil discovery is made up of associated and isolated adult teeth, a child's mandible fragment, two partial cranial bases, and seven fragments from a left arm.

These 17 fragments were found in association with other primate and vertebrate fossils, Radioisotopic dating, geochemical analysis, and biochronological considerations are said to suggest a date of 4.4 million years ago.

[14] that the discoverers were able to determine the exact places from which these fossils had eroded.

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