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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Introduction Two different models explanation the origin and dispersal patterns of modern humans. The first model, ‘out of Africa’, is based on the interpretations of several&nbsp;sources including the genetic evidence (mainly the&nbsp;mtDNA), the available fossils, and the wealth of archaeological evidence. The second, a competing model,&nbsp;known as the ‘multiregional continuity’, suggests an&nbsp;alternative interpretation of the same fossils, and&nbsp;gains support from the dichotomy between the lithic&nbsp;industries of East Asia and the rest of the Old World. In&nbsp;the former region, stone artifacts exemplify continuity&nbsp;through most of the Palaeolithic sequence, while the&nbsp;latter, the largest landmass, was characterized by relatively numerous turnovers in lithic technology and tool&nbsp;types. Such changes in composition of stone industries&nbsp;can be seen as supporting population turnovers.\n \nGenetic studies propose rough chronological steps and geographic routes fo') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Introduction Two different models explanation the origin and dispersal patterns of modern humans. The first model, ‘out of Africa’, is based on the interpretations of several&nbsp;sources including the genetic evidence (mainly the&nbsp;mtDNA), the available fossils, and the wealth of archaeological evidence. The second, a competing model,&nbsp;known as the ‘multiregional continuity’, suggests an&nbsp;alternative interpretation of the same fossils, and&nbsp;gains support from the dichotomy between the lithic&nbsp;industries of East Asia and the rest of the Old World. In&nbsp;the former region, stone artifacts exemplify continuity&nbsp;through most of the Palaeolithic sequence, while the&nbsp;latter, the largest landmass, was characterized by relatively numerous turnovers in lithic technology and tool&nbsp;types. Such changes in composition of stone industries&nbsp;can be seen as supporting population turnovers.\n \nGenetic studies propose rough chronological steps and geographic routes fo') AND id != 90718 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-06 07:52:21' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5