Ground breaking facts in 2014; the encountering of a cave art in Sulawesi has indicated the minimum age for the stencil of opened palm ‘hand-paintings’ to be 39,900 years old, which classified it currently as the oldest hand stencil in the world. The finds from the Maros cave sites in Sulawesi raised the possibility that such art predates the exodus of modern humans (directly) from Africa 250,000 or more years ago.
A comprehensive research made by Dhani Irwanto disclosed a new theory hypothesizes that the lost island and city of Atlantis is located in Java Sea, Indonesia, as written in his book entitled Atlantis: The lost city is in Java Sea, published in April 2015. The latest development of research relating to Sundaland moves forward to the what is called "Out of Sundaland Theory", and exhaustive research conducted by Dhani, despite inconclusive, hypothetically promising
Could Asia behold the secrets of the origins of man and progressively the origins of the Bugis? However It does not address the origin of life, an ongoing debate as theorized via abiogenesis
 (National Geographic, Related: "The Human Journey: Migration Routes.")Cave Paintings in Indonesia Redraw Picture of Earliest Art http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/10/141008-cave-art-sulawesi-hand-science/
 I communicated with him with regards to his research on Out of Sundaland with many positive reviews from Scholars and Scientists abroad. Dhani is currently Director at PT INDONESIA HYDRO CONSULT, Demographic info Indonesia | Renewables & Environment. He is the author of Atlantis: The lost city is in Java Sea.
 Abiogenesis is the natural process of life arising from non-living matter, such as simple organic compounds.] It is thought to have occurred on Earth between 3.8 and 4 billion years ago, and is studied through a combination of laboratory experiments and extrapolation from the genetic information of modern organisms in order to make reasonable conjectures about what pre-life chemical reactions may have given rise to a living system, Source WikiPedia