The jawbone above was discovered in Ethiopia some months ago.
The jawbone is the earliest known specimen on the Homo- lineage and suggests that the earliest man lived about 2.8 million years ago.
Human evolution is believed to have taken place between 2-3 million years ago, when man began resembling modern humans.
The Pangea super continent is said to have started breaking apart around 200M years ago, according to the Continental Drift theory posited by Alfred Wegener in 1912 and evidenced/proven around 1962.
From this information then, it's easy to conclude that:
1. The so called evolution took place long after the continents had drifted much apart.
2. There was no chance that monkeys or before-man-beasts had swam to different continents and evolved on them.
Then a question arises, how is it that Africa is the cradle of humankind? Wazungu walifikaje Europe, Asians alifikaje Asia?
How comes human races show some kind of differentiation(colour, eyes, facial structure)?
Thus, man must have began evolving before the continents drifted apart.
Do you believe in evolution theory? Creation theory? Or spontaneous chance? Carbon dating to me seems to suggest ridiculous aeons in which stuff formed and happened.