I suggest you read the book before making such pronouncements. If, after you read the book you still feel the same way, then we might have a discussion.
Whatever this means
? I have read plenty on the phenomenon of human evolution and as it stands at this moment, the out of Africa Thesis seems to be the most reasonable of all explanations. Just because I disagree with you doesn’t mean I’m wrong.
As far as all humanity's origins being in sub-saharan I will add only this: When I presented this theory in a discussion with a friend of mine that works for esteemed university as a geneticist, his reply was "Well, that is one train of thought."
Who was this friend, what university did he work for, and does he have any published works that I can actually go read and then discuss with you? Could you please elaborate on what this "friend" said and what alternatives did he offer if he offered any? The issue with arguing against the out of Africa thesis is that most anatomically modern humans can trace their genetics all the way back Africa. The only groups that cannot “completely” trace back their DNA to modern anatomical humans are "Australian Aboriginals" and "Papuans" in the south west pacific. They for whatever reason have blood of both modern humans and another group of unidentified humans. Native Americans, “most” Pacific Islanders, Europeans, East Asians, Siberians, South Asians, Middle Easterners, Sub-Saharan Africans, Latin Americans, and any "admixture of these groups" however, are 100% traced back to anatomically modern humans from Africa.
"Modern science has nothing to do with colonization or dehumanizing individuals (although crooked people with crooked beliefs do use science)."
I would have to humbly disagree with that statement. It has everything to do with colonization and dehumanizing individuals especially if they are the original inhabitants of these two continents.
Again, please elaborate what you mean by this. If you don't provide evidence or examples then I have nothing to agree or disagree with you on. This may or may not be true in some cases. However, the problem I have with this statement is that is over generalized and it ignores the progress that has been made in terms of human relations because of science.