Post by Bret Cahill
"It’s easy to forget that we’re a single species within the genus Homo
because everyone else is dead. Currently, it looks like Homo — a group of
hominins that includes ancient beings like Homo erectus and Homo
neanderthalensis — is a family of seven, though that number is debatable.
Regardless, Homo sapiens are the only humans alive, and the reason why is
still a mystery."
A mystery to idiots.
Is it really racist to think that blacks resemble gorillas?
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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 thoses eons of being Neanderthal-free? The termite
stick, although it's possible that the bonobo chimps beat them to that