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European Caucasians Have Neandertal Genes
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Byker
2017-10-08 23:40:51 UTC
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*Neanderthal Interbreeding: How Does It Tie In To Our Modern-Day Traits?*
by Lorenzo Tanos
October 7, 2017
New research suggests that Neanderthal interbreeding could be the reason
why modern humans are more susceptible to certain health issues, or
developing certain traits or characteristics.
A study from the Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Anthropology
published Thursday in the journal 'Science' suggests that for most people,
about 1.8 to 2.6 percent of modern human DNA was inherited from our
Neanderthal ancestors
[http://science.sciencemag.org/content/early/2017/10/04/science.aao1887],
with the percentage especially high among people of East Asian descent,
and lower in those of western Eurasian descent. This was based on in-depth
DNA sequencing conducted on a Neanderthal woman who existed about 52,000
years ago in the caves of Vindija, Croatia.
According to the 'Los Angeles Times', this marked the second time that
scientists were able to conduct genetic reconstruction so detailed that
comparisons to modern humans were possible
[http://www.latimes.com/science/sciencenow/la-sci-sn-neanderthal-dna-humans-20171005-story.html].
The first analysis, which was based on an individual who existed about
122,000 years ago in the Siberian province of Altai, suggested that
Neanderthal genes took up a 1.5 to 2.1 percent share of modern human
genes.
That explains why sub-Saharan Africoons could survive the "middle passage"
and work da massah's plantation with little worry of becoming ill.

As a put-down, “Neanderthal” is exclusively used to demean Whites. In
fairness, pale skin, blue eyes, and red hair were all Neanderthal traits.
But although being Neanderthal is a White thing, it is not exclusively so. A
landmark 2010 study suggested that not only did ancient Neanderthals breed
with modern humans, all modern groups except for sub-Saharan Africans
possess a small percentage of Neanderthal DNA. Sub-Saharan Africans have no
Neanderthal DNA, which modern blacks boast about so much. That’s all very
cute, except for the fact that the places where people are “100 percent
human” tend to fall far behind the cavemen’s ancestral homelands when it
comes to trifles such as civilization, agriculture, longevity, technology,
written languages, and living standards. And what did the 100-percenters
have to show for all those eons of being Neanderthal-free? The termite
stick, although it's possible that the bonobo chimps beat them to that
too...
RichA
2017-10-09 00:40:46 UTC
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Post by Byker
That explains why sub-Saharan Africoons could survive the
"middle passage" and work da massah's plantation with little
worry of becoming ill.
Shut the fuck up jig-ape or maybe we can get Anders Brevik to come
over and do what he did before. He knows how to deal with your
kind. You are racially inferior and have no status here.
Byker
2017-10-09 17:48:36 UTC
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That explains why sub-Saharan Africoons could survive the "middle
passage" and work da massah's plantation with little worry of becoming
ill.
Shut the fuck up jig-ape or maybe we can get Anders Brevik to come over
and do what he did before. He knows how to deal with your kind. You
are racially inferior and have no status here.
Non-Africans have lower fitness levels due to "genetic burden" left by
ancient relatives: http://tinyurl.com/yb6r557z

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