H. naledi and Fake Science News

It seems that the critter known has Homo naledi has generated confusion and controversy from the get-go, and the unreliable dating methods used by secular scientists do not help anyone. Wishful thinking, bad science, and other propaganda efforts have been used to pose Lucy as a human ancestor, but that does not seem to be happening to such extremes with H. naledi. It could be from a desire for accuracy, but claims about H. naledi are being challenged.

Apparent integrity is occasionally found among secular scientists promoting alleged human ancestors. In this case, claims about H. naledi are refuted.
Homo naledi facial reconstruction, Wikimedia Commons / Cicero Moraes et al (CC BY 4.0)
One may wonder at first if some researchers were mixing up this guy with Neanderthals because they made claims made that it acted like humans. (That would make its relationship to humans seem a mite more plausible.) One thought is that it buried its dead, but the researcher ignored several important facts that give lie to this idea.

Another suggestion is that it made tools. Apparently H. naledi had an artistic bent because of what looked like geometric designs carved in the rock. Then there is the weird idea about fire... No, this is just another extinct ape that some tinhorns are trying to prop up — and mayhaps their own careers. The truth is that humans and apes were created on the same day, but are not biologically related.
A new study published in the Journal of Human Evolution has found that the so-called Homo naledi most likely didn’t bury their dead as previously proposed. Furthermore, the team of scientists concluded that Homo naledi probably didn’t use stone artifacts, make fire, or create cave art as has been suggested by paleoanthropologist Lee Berger.

A few months ago, Lee Berger and his fellow scientists published several papers claiming the so-called hominin known as Homo naledi buried their dead and carved cave art on the walls of the Rising Star Cave system in South Africa. However, the new report by MartinĂ³n-Torres et al. was quick to point out that these claims were not backed by sound science. . .

The entire article is located at "Homo naledi Didn’t Behave Like Humans."