small qerry on OOA theory and Indo-european languages

Alexandra van der Geer avandergeer at PLANET.NL
Thu Jun 18 16:00:29 UTC 2009

Dear Veeranarayana,

Are you referring to THE out-of-Africa theory versus the multiregional 
model??? In that case, your comma moved somewhat, because the first theory 
developed to explain the rise/evolution of Homo sapiens from Homo erectus at 
about 1.8 million years ago, far far far before something like an 
Indo-European language arose.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Veeranarayana Pandurangi" <veerankp at GMAIL.COM>
Sent: Monday, June 15, 2009 10:25 PM
Subject: small qerry on OOA theory and Indo-european languages

> Dear  friends. I have a small query.
> how Out of africa (OOA) theory handles the problem of indo-european group
> of languages had the european group seperated from that one bound to 
> travel
> to south asia. India and Europe share a language to some extant. it will 
> be
> difficult if they seperated 30000 years ago.
> or is there any material on the OOA theory and Aryan invasion theory? OOA 
> is
> seperately dealt by DNA specialists. but has anybody from our clan tried 
> to
> do something?
> -- 
> Veeranarayana N.K. Pandurangi
> Head, Dept of Darshanas,
> Yoganandacharya Bhavan,
> Jagadguru Ramanandacharya Rajasthan Samskrita University, Madau, post
> Bhankrota, Jaipur, 302026.


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