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Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?

 
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Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?
Researchers have just finished performing the most comprehensive genetic analysis of modern day Africans ever. And they've turned up some absolutely incredible results.

Their findings suggest humans are more genetically diverse than we'd previously believed. But they also show that ancient humans may have interbred with an unknown species of hominin — what researchers surmise "could have been a sibling species to Neanderthals."

human populations tend to become more and more genetically similar the farther from Africa you get

[link to io9.com]
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Re: Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?
Yes.

It's called Ashkena-Z4045
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Re: Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?
Researchers have just finished performing the most comprehensive genetic analysis of modern day Africans ever. And they've turned up some absolutely incredible results.

Their findings suggest humans are more genetically diverse than we'd previously believed. But they also show that ancient humans may have interbred with an unknown species of hominin — what researchers surmise "could have been a sibling species to Neanderthals."

human populations tend to become more and more genetically similar the farther from Africa you get

[link to io9.com]
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if you believe these "researchers" you are a really gullibile person!
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Re: Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?
different races from different hominid species
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Re: Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?
Researchers have just finished performing the most comprehensive genetic analysis of modern day Africans ever. And they've turned up some absolutely incredible results.

Their findings suggest humans are more genetically diverse than we'd previously believed. But they also show that ancient humans may have interbred with an unknown species of hominin — what researchers surmise "could have been a sibling species to Neanderthals."

human populations tend to become more and more genetically similar the farther from Africa you get

[link to io9.com]
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Re: Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?
Researchers have just finished performing the most comprehensive genetic analysis of modern day Africans ever. And they've turned up some absolutely incredible results.

Their findings suggest humans are more genetically diverse than we'd previously believed. But they also show that ancient humans may have interbred with an unknown species of hominin — what researchers surmise "could have been a sibling species to Neanderthals."

human populations tend to become more and more genetically similar the farther from Africa you get

[link to io9.com]
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Re: Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?
The DNA of africans is closer to the DNA of monkeys. This is a well known and researched fact.

Note: I don't want to construe this as something negative or in a racist way.
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Re: Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?
The DNA of africans is closer to the DNA of monkeys. This is a well known and researched fact.

Note: I don't want to construe this as something negative or in a racist way.
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Addition: Closer the monkeys than the whites DNA. Still, whites are pretty close to monkey too.
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Re: Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?
The DNA of africans is closer to the DNA of monkeys. This is a well known and researched fact.

Note: I don't want to construe this as something negative or in a racist way.
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AIDS is a simian disease, africans are much more at risk
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Re: Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?
I read this somewhere but can't find the link

The African DNA wraps itself like a parasitic vine around the White helix, chocking the life out of it...primitive Congoid genes
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I believe it. It would explain why only black or people with an African genes can get sickle cell.
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Re: Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?
white people degraded from africa and were forced to move to the cold,

white people came from albinos

Thread: White people Evolved from Black people
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Re: Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?
The DNA of africans is closer to the DNA of monkeys. This is a well known and researched fact.

Note: I don't want to construe this as something negative or in a racist way.
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So what your saying is... Basically black people are the natural evolutionary human species of earth and err body else is just aliens.
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Re: Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?
The DNA of africans is closer to the DNA of monkeys. This is a well known and researched fact.

Note: I don't want to construe this as something negative or in a racist way.
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So what your saying is... Basically black people are the natural evolutionary human species of earth and err body else is just aliens.
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No, but that whites probably evolved further.

Spontaneously, I have two theories in mind.

1. Those who ended up as whites were smarter, thus moved north to find more fertile grounds to fulfill their needs of the way of life they imagined etc.

2. THose who ended up as whites were expelled by the blacks and the different living conditions further north (e.g. less sunlight etc.) made them lighter in color.
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Re: Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?
The DNA of africans is closer to the DNA of monkeys. This is a well known and researched fact.

Note: I don't want to construe this as something negative or in a racist way.
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So what your saying is... Basically black people are the natural evolutionary human species of earth and err body else is just aliens.
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Re: Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?
The DNA of africans is closer to the DNA of monkeys. This is a well known and researched fact.

Note: I don't want to construe this as something negative or in a racist way.
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So what your saying is... Basically black people are the natural evolutionary human species of earth and err body else is just aliens.
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No, but that whites probably evolved further.

Spontaneously, I have two theories in mind.

1. Those who ended up as whites were smarter, thus moved north to find more fertile grounds to fulfill their needs of the way of life they imagined etc.

2. THose who ended up as whites were expelled by the blacks and the different living conditions further north (e.g. less sunlight etc.) made them lighter in color.
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Interesting theories you have there, from my personal experience I have seen that race does not play a factor in how smart a person is. Also I do not believe that any race is more evolved than another. Why? Because we are all members of the same race, the Human race. At the end of the day we are all spiritually the same.
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Re: Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?
Humans are nowhere near monkey DNA... Monkeys have 2 less chromosomes than humans. Unless there was a freak mutation, in the same time period, in the same place, twice, in different sexed partners who ended up meeting and having sex to carry on this new 'human' DNA... that is just freaking impossible.

The whole 'we came from monkeys' shit has been disproven so many times its not even funny.
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Re: Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?
The DNA of africans is closer to the DNA of monkeys. This is a well known and researched fact.

Note: I don't want to construe this as something negative or in a racist way.
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So what your saying is... Basically black people are the natural evolutionary human species of earth and err body else is just aliens.
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No, but that whites probably evolved further.

Spontaneously, I have two theories in mind.

1. Those who ended up as whites were smarter, thus moved north to find more fertile grounds to fulfill their needs of the way of life they imagined etc.

2. THose who ended up as whites were expelled by the blacks and the different living conditions further north (e.g. less sunlight etc.) made them lighter in color.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30243162


Interesting theories you have there, from my personal experience I have seen that race does not play a factor in how smart a person is. Also I do not believe that any race is more evolved than another. Why? Because we are all members of the same race, the Human race. At the end of the day we are all spiritually the same.
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I was never talking about different races - the black, the white, the yellow, the red, whatever. I also believe we're members of the same species.

But:

The DNA of africans is closer to the DNA of monkeys. This is a well known and researched fact.

Note: I don't want to construe this as something negative or in a racist way.
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Maybe whites evolved earlier, for whatever reason.
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Re: Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?
Humans are nowhere near monkey DNA... Monkeys have 2 less chromosomes than humans. Unless there was a freak mutation, in the same time period, in the same place, twice, in different sexed partners who ended up meeting and having sex to carry on this new 'human' DNA... that is just freaking impossible.

The whole 'we came from monkeys' shit has been disproven so many times its not even funny.
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The whole mainstream human evolution theory is a joke.

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]
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"Maybe whites evolved earlier, for whatever reason."


White people came from mars man, after they done goofed up the atmosphere rendering the planet uninhabitable for human life. They came to Earth as a last resort and are one of the main players in a civilization we would call Atlantis.

I wouldn't be surprised if in fact the majority of races on this planet were brought here from other planets over time.

That's why I entertained the possibility that black people could be the natural evolutionary species of earth.

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Re: Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?
Humans are nowhere near monkey DNA... Monkeys have 2 less chromosomes than humans. Unless there was a freak mutation, in the same time period, in the same place, twice, in different sexed partners who ended up meeting and having sex to carry on this new 'human' DNA... that is just freaking impossible.

The whole 'we came from monkeys' shit has been disproven so many times its not even funny.
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The whole mainstream human evolution theory is a joke.

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]
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out-of-africa theory is the joke
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Re: Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?
Researchers have just finished performing the most comprehensive genetic analysis of modern day Africans ever. And they've turned up some absolutely incredible results.

Their findings suggest humans are more genetically diverse than we'd previously believed. But they also show that ancient humans may have interbred with an unknown species of hominin — what researchers surmise "could have been a sibling species to Neanderthals."

human populations tend to become more and more genetically similar the farther from Africa you get

[link to io9.com]
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Re: Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?
The DNA of africans is closer to the DNA of monkeys. This is a well known and researched fact.

Note: I don't want to construe this as something negative or in a racist way.
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So what your saying is... Basically black people are the natural evolutionary human species of earth and err body else is just aliens.
 Quoting: Doom Serenity


No, but that whites probably evolved further.

Spontaneously, I have two theories in mind.

1. Those who ended up as whites were smarter, thus moved north to find more fertile grounds to fulfill their needs of the way of life they imagined etc.

2. THose who ended up as whites were expelled by the blacks and the different living conditions further north (e.g. less sunlight etc.) made them lighter in color.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30243162


Interesting theories you have there, from my personal experience I have seen that race does not play a factor in how smart a person is. Also I do not believe that any race is more evolved than another. Why? Because we are all members of the same race, the Human race. At the end of the day we are all spiritually the same.
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Re: Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?
There are Africans?

Sure look like black-asians to me on my tv, I hear the worlds army is heading there now to finish off the rest of the originals though. I specially like the 600 pound "starving" ones.

Probably be like Nk and put whitey back in the mines over there as they did the missing children to the nk camps.
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Re: Does the African genome show a previously unknown species of hominid?
Humans are nowhere near monkey DNA... Monkeys have 2 less chromosomes than humans. Unless there was a freak mutation, in the same time period, in the same place, twice, in different sexed partners who ended up meeting and having sex to carry on this new 'human' DNA... that is just freaking impossible.

The whole 'we came from monkeys' shit has been disproven so many times its not even funny.
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The whole mainstream human evolution theory is a joke.

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]
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It must be terrible that one'e mind is consumed with the thought of a people that they despise.
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Thread: anyone on glp like to solve puzzles? here's one for the ages....

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"Accept now that all you have seen from the day of your birth on the surface of the earth, to the present, are wonderful only because the finite mind of man is confused with fragments of evidence, that, from whatever direction we meet them, spring from an unreachable infinity."
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It must be terrible that one'e mind is consumed with the thought of a people that they despise.
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Must be terrible to ignore genetic reality because it doesn't fit your libtard desires
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different races from different hominid species
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