It is a key tenet of Multiregional evolution that in the fossil record at these geographical peripheries there should be evidence of skeletal continuity "spanning the period before and after the replacement time"  of the competing RAO hypothesis. Each periphery is said to contain a distinguishing co-occurring set of morphological traits, "a consequence of the colonization events that limited peripheral variability, primarily because of drift and bottlenecking". Compared to other contemporary populations, the Javan [Indonesian] people have a distinctive combination of cranial features. These include 1 thickened vault bones, 2 a long, flattened frontal squama whose anterior edge merges into 3 strong, continuous browridges forming an almost or straight bar of bone across the orbits, 4 a posterior position for the minimum frontal breadth, and 5 a prebregmatic eminence.
Special thanks are due to, in alphabetic order: Jeff Boivin for ammendments to the ship listing. Dave Baughman for suggesting merit-based ship naming. Frank Bitterhof for pointing to the possiblity that Vader's taskforce was joined by fifteen additional warships between the discovery of the Hoth base and the asteroid field search.
Robert Brown for copious feedback, images and advice. Peter Briggs for sharp-eyed discussion of the conning tower's linear array, and the discovery of the heaviest turbolaser. Peter Chung who is cited by Stephen Cumblidge regarding the vaporisation of asteroidal material under the influence of turbolaser bolts.
Ray Cober for pointing out the possiblity of naming star destroyers in different languages. Stephen Cumblidge pioneer of the quantitative analysis of star destroyer capabilities, whose independent work covers the vaporisation of asteroids by turbolasers; destruction of unshielded fighters by quad laser cannons; and the energy associated with a hyperjump.
Frank Gerratana for the Avarice; for noting the absence of notches in Emancipator's brim treches; and other valuable general discussion. Martyn Griffithsfor detailed insights regarding the scaling of original effects models according to the classic scales of warship model kits.
Michael Griffiths corrected one point of interpretation of the Mandel plans. Phillip Hansen for unknowingly provoking clarification regarding sublight thruster baffles. Silas Haughton for pointing out the inaccuracies of the RPG diagram of the star destroyer. Ansel Hsiao for additions to the ship list.
Josh for references to several destroyers in the novels. Makis Kalofolias for measurment of the properties of the star destroyers in the LucasArts William Lampi for pointing out the use of heavy turrets by one destroyer in ROTJ.
Ken McClintock for reminding me about the importance of repulsorlift systems for starships within a planetary gravity well. Mark Miller for discussion and the donation of several images.
Panther for references to some destroyers in novels. Ethan Platten for screenshots from Balance of Power ; for provision of other images and DVD stills too numerous to mention; and for references to several destroyers in the novels.
Wayne Poe for forwarding a mass of established results for star destroyer capabilities. Michael Rennick for observing the structure of the star destroyer sublight drive nozzles in the IMAX Special Effects Sauron for reminding me about ship registration numbers and names in Darksaber.
Benjamin Thevathasan for contributions to the ship list. Anthony Tully for criticism, discussion and the provision of preciously rare images and documents; reasoing concerning the identity of the Entor. Michael Wong pioneer of the quantitative analysis of star destroyer capabilities, whose independent work includes the destruction of a star destroyer bridge tower in a massive asteroid impact.
Eric Vandersall for new and improved calculations for asteroid vaporisation. Brian Young for general discussion; for remarking on the possibilities of large ion cannon turrets; trench notches; and for the observation of one asteroid crumbling against shields.
For the docking bay defence cannons; and noting the number of different kinds of weapons and the fact that not all of Avenger's shots are the same length.
For numerous digitised images, and the QT animation of star destroyers shown moving on an Imperial computer screen. Dimensions The common Imperator-class star destroyer is generally acknowledged to be about m or one mile long.
Unlike dimensions quoted for some other important warships of the Imperial Starfleet, this length is not in serious dispute. However it is useful to briefly consider the available measurements and lines of evidence.
Fragmentary pieces of evidence exist concerning the original intentions of the artists working on the star destroyer models seen on film. The prototype model created early in the production of A New Hope has guns and other features which imply a size of only a few hundred metres. This is supported by an early starship scale comparison diagram.
The final detailing of the film model was much finer, including proportionately tiny turbolaser batteries and viewport lights. The size of the interior sets of Princess Leia's blockade runner implies that this vessel is of a size which requires the destroyer to be on the order of a mile long in order to fit it into the docking bay.
Nevertheless, the original smaller dimensions were accidentally reproduced in the otherwise excellent published blueprints by Mandel.
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Proponents of the multiregional hypothesis see regional continuity of certain morphological traits spanning the Pleistocene in different regions across the globe as evidence against a single replacement model from Africa.
In general, three major regions are recognized: Europe, China, and Indonesia (often including Australia). Wolpoff cautions that the continuity in certain skeletal features in.
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