Given the ability to travel to another universe, meet aliens which would otherwise show the creation of our universe and yet many others and in fact have proof of our creation accidental or otherwise would this in anyway dis prove any notion of a God therein. How?
What a ridiculous post.
The first human cultures? There are a series of steps, like the Beaker people with ceramics, Clovis people with sewing, Gobekli Tepe with agriculture, then animal domestication which co-emerged with writing in at least three separate places, Mesopotemia, China, and South America.
The human lineage came out of Africa from a population that went through a long genetic bottleneck probably due to an eruption 70,000 years ago. Previous waves of hominid ancestors criss-bred at low levels, neanderthals in Europe & Asia where adaptations to low light levels gave key advantages, and denisovans in Asia who had high-altitude adaptations that allowed crossing of the Himalayas. So we know the principal early flow was to not from China.
Mathematics also has many steps of development. Basic geometry, zero, infinity, and the 'Arabic' numeral system were developed in India. Ancient Greeks developed most of the grounding of mathematics. Algebra was developed in the Islamic world.
Why would you think the Mongolian people are ethnically Chinese? China has an exceptionally long history of being settled in large cities. Mongols are nomadic. That difference keeps ethnic groups distinct all over the world.
The Chinese emperor was never a shogun, no emperor was. It is a specific term for 'war leader' in Japan, who became powerful enough to make the actual Japanese emperor a powerless figurehead.
Why the modern age didn't begin in China despite it's cornerstones being invented there (gunpowder, magnetic compass, canals, paper, printing), is called the Needham Question.
'Imho', lol. Read dome books, rather than picking random lists of Wikipedia pages. Making up historical just-so stories to suit your racial biases went out with the Nazis.