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LES BREVES :
-samedi 28 novembre
Ardipithecus : le singe descend de l’homme !
-vendredi 27 novembre
Le singe descend de l’homme

MARDI 24 JUIN 2003
BIPEDIA 5.1
ESSAI SUR LE STATUT PHYLOGENIQUE DES HOMINOÏDES FOSSILES ET RECENTS :
LE POINT DE VUE DE LA THEORIE DE LA BIPEDIE INITIALE ( 1ère partie )
par François de Sarre
If man has remained morphologically and anatomically more or less the same throughout the course of the last geological ages, different groups of hominoids have followed their own evolution, progressing parallel to man and at the same time branching out. The Initial Bipedalism Theory allows us to argue that the different types of fossil-known hominoids ( commonly accepted as the links binding the Homo sapiens to his presumed simian ancestors ) and of still-living hominoids ( like the yeti or the sasquatch ) appear to be rather vestiges of man’s lineage. The Australopithecines, for instance, have kept ( as the fossils show ) a ’relic’ bipedalism, developed once from man, and evolved towards a stage of anthropomorphic ape. As fossilization is a highly unusual process, paleontological data will be always incomplete. It explains the fact that ancient traces of man’s activity on earth have not been found until today ( or not recognized ! ). On the other hand, the survival until present time of remote hominoids throughout the world is not admitted by classical anthropology, although this possibility should be considered open. A series of deductions leads us to the suggestion that the present situation in the Primates’ distribution ( including man, hidden hominoids, apes, monkeys ) is the same as in past geological times.


MARDI 24 JUIN 2003
BIPEDIA 5.2
L’HOMME , VERTEBRE ANCESTRAL
[2ème partie]
par François de Sarre

The text presented below is the second part of a lecture which was given by the author in September 1989 in Nice ( France ), during a convention organized by the UTP ( Université du Temps Présent ). The exposé which follows provides a clear and concise résumé of the essentials of the Initial Bipedalism Theory.

Nous allons maintenant passer au point suivant qui sera traité dans cette conférence : il concernera l’histoire évolutive des Vertébrés, qu’on appelle en Zoologie la phylogénie.


MARDI 24 JUIN 2003
BIPEDIA 5.3
CHARLES FORT and INITIAL BIPEDALISM
by Ulrich MAGIN

While reading one of my favourite works of literature, Charles FORT’s WILD TALENTS ( 1932 ), I came across the following reference [ Charles FORT : The Complete Books, New York, Dover, 1974, p. 966 ] which nicely sums up the idea of initial bipedalism, though not without the proverbial grain of salt :

<< I now have a theory that, of themselves, men never did evolve from lower animals : but that, in early and plastic times, a human being from somewhere else appeared upon this earth, and that many kinds of animals took him for a model, and rutely and grotesquely imitated his appearance, so that, today, though the gorillas of the Congo, and of Chicago, are only caricatures, some of the rest of us are somewhat passable imitations of human beings >>.

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