What is anthropogenesis? What are the current views on anthropogenesis?

Anthropogenesis is a section of anthropology that studies the origin of man, in other words, the variability of man as a species in time.
Currently, there are different versions of the causes of anthropogenesis. Scientists have noticed that the region where anthropogenesis mainly took place (East Africa) is a zone of increased radioactivity. In addition, according to archaeologists, new human species appeared during periods of geomagnetic reversals (changes in the Earth’s poles). Reversals that occur once every hundreds of thousands of years are accompanied by a temporary disappearance of the Earth’s magnetic field and, consequently, an increase in the level of radiation due to the effect of cosmic rays. Radiation is the strongest mutagenic factor. Perhaps it was radiation that caused anatomical changes, which ultimately led to the emergence of man.

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