>> There was also hybridization between modern humans Homo erectus and
>> Homo habilis sowing these types to be human beings as well.
> Not only that, it proves that they are not extinct. They exist today, so how
> can they be extinct?
True, you can’t really call something extinct if they have living descendents however evolutionists tend to throw that term around as a blanket statement when a particular population can not be found alive any more.
> OTOH, "that's still a tricky process - after all, we don't have any Homo erectus
>or Homo habilis genomes to compare, so we can only guess which parts of the
>modern human genome come from them."
Good point, I did not catch that but it is an interesting possibility. This is somthing to keep an eye on.