DID MATING WITH NEANDERTHALS CONFER A GENETIC ADVANTAGE TO CAUCASIANS IN THE FIELDS OF EXPLORATION, DISCOVERY, AND INVENTION?
Hatist Caucasians will describe colored people as apes, monkeys, chimpanzees, and other ape-like animals. On the contrary, scientists have proven by DNA analysis that Caucasians mated with Neanderthals starting about 100,000 years ago. No Neanderthal genes are found in Africa or close descendants. The fact that life started in Africa is important because the Caucasians descended from Africans and wandered into Eurasia. Their human relatives who stayed in Africa did not mate with Neanderthals. Initially Neanderthals were thought to be ape-like but nowadays they are depicted as humanoids despite having a different shaped skull. Africastallestman believes that the Neanderthal was ape-like despite the newer artistic rendition giving them a humanoid hue. Africastallestman guesses that when regulations permit the cloning of Neanderthals, the result will be an ape-like human. Who is more ape-like genetically? Is it the African who did not mate with the ape-like Neanderthal or the Caucasian who mated with the ape-like Neanderthal? This may be a case of the kettle calling the pot black.
The Caucasian sense of exploration, discovery, animal love, and invention could be due to intermixing with the Neanderthals. Africastallestman hereby hypothesizes that the Neanderthal genes as sequenced by Svante Pääbo’s team from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Germany could be used as a marker for human infrastructural development. Africastallestman has steered clear of the word civilization because civilized people do not own slaves, enslave people, or lynch people who do not look like them while treating animals with human respect. Africastallestman believes that Caucasians have a gene for animal love. Could this be a gene inherited from Neanderthals?
Africastallestman hypothesizes that the technological advantage of the Caucasians and their animal love are derived from the Neanderthals. Africastallestman hopes that our scientists are listening.