But the Australians have been isolated for 60k yrs Min.
Take the St Kilda Mice and Wrens.
The mice have been separated on their islands for only a thousand years and they, along with the Wren, are already larger than the mainland species.
They are all three classified as sub-species, this is classical Galapagos scenario. Ring any bells with Australia?
The problem with the Human species is that no one dare classify any groups as sub anything, yet the physical differences between the Australians and the Scandinavians is much greater than the St Kilda Wrens or Mice from the mainland species for example.
Classifying the human species is as touchy a subject now as it was in Darwin's time.
If the genetic spread of HSS is ten times wider than for Chimps for example the spread would be accepted rather than state that such and such people are not HSS.
God knows what will happen if Flores fall within our genotype!
All we want now is some HE DNA then the crap could really hit the fan!
First people deny a thing, then they belittle it, then they say it was known all along! Von Humboldt