Where are all the Neanderthal man fossils?
The great enigma of archaeology is now explained at last in a book full of cutting edge insights that show mainstream science has made some major blunders by using 3-400 year old assumptions that can now be seen to be incorrect.
High on this list is the number of Neanderthal skeletons ever found. If they had lived for about 750,000 years or so as some claim, there should be a truly vast number of such skeletons to be unearthed: about 1,071 billion. Often found in places as distant as Russia, Germany, Spain and Portugal, there have only been 137 or so found at the last count. Where are the rest?