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Research Bulletin 1307


Is the Black Race superior to all others and if so why? A newly mapped Neanderthal genome provides strong evidence that humans and Neanderthals interbred. We know that Neanderthal (Homo neanderthalensis) and Humans (Homo sapiens) endured—at least until the Neanderthals became extinct, and the human race survived as the dominant Species. But what has not been commonly known is that Africans are the only pure Homo sapiens all other races or more appropriately sub species contain Neanderthal (Homo neanderthalensis) DNA!


- Between 1-4 percent of the DNA of non African humans living today came from Neanderthals. People of European (whites) and Asian heritage are most likely to carry the Neanderthal genes.


It's official: Whites are part Neanderthal. The first draft sequence of the Neanderthal genome has provided the strongest evidence yet that modern humans and Neanderthals interbred and that all non-Africans today have Neanderthal gene fragments in their genetic codes.


Although the Neanderthal contribution to the DNA of these individuals is estimated at being just one to four percent of the total, the finding, published in the latest issue of the journal Science, helps to resolve the long-standing controversy over whether or not humans mated with Neanderthals when the two groups encountered each other outside of Africa.


"Neanderthals live on in non-Africans," co-author David Reich told Discovery News. "At least some Neanderthals were absorbed into the modern human population."


Reich is an associate professor of genetics at Harvard University who also serves as a population geneticist at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard.


He and his colleagues analyzed over one billion DNA fragments taken from Neanderthal bones -

- dating to approximately 38,000 years ago -- found in Croatia, Germany, Russia and Spain.


Although 95 percent of the fragments consisted of bacteria and microorganisms that colonized the Neanderthal remains, special DNA isolation and anti-contamination measures enabled the scientists to piece together over 60 percent of the entire Neanderthal genome.


The researchers next compared the Neanderthal DNA to samples taken from present-day humans in southern Africa, western Africa, China, France and Papua New Guinea.

One of the first determinations concerned the point at which humans diverged from their common ancestor with Neanderthals, who lived in much of Europe and western Asia before they went extinct.


"According to our results, the ancestors of Neanderthals and modern humans went their separate ways about 400,000 years ago," said co-author Jim Mullikin, a computational geneticist at the National Human Genome Research Institute.


The new data, however, also supports that Neanderthals and humans encountered each other again around 45,000 to 80,000 years ago in the Middle East, when humans migrating out of Africa likely met Neanderthals who were already living there.


The meeting must not have been too unpleasant; since the researchers believe the  happened at this place and estimated time. This then produced a subspecies and left Africans as the only true humans. This is believed to be why Africans are superior to all other races.


Supporting that conclusion is the fact that the Neanderthal DNA more closely matched that of the China, France and Papua New Guinea individuals in their study. All had the one to four percent Neanderthal contribution to their DNA, so the mating must have first occurred before the humans migrating out of Africa colonized other, more distant regions in Europe, Asia and elsewhere.


Reich said humans and Neanderthals might have continued to mate with each other later, "because their populations overlapped in Europe and remains have been found for human individuals with Neanderthal-type features," but the genetic data cannot pinpoint when and where these later couplings might have taken place.


In addition to the mating revelations, the study illuminates what makes modern humans unique.


The researchers found Neanderthal DNA is 99.7 percent identical to present-day human DNA, but Homo sapiens evolved distinct genes related to cognitive functions, metabolism and the development of cranial features, the collarbone and the rib cage.


Reich said three of the human-specific genes suggest that "skin and hair must have been particularly relevant to the evolution of modern humans," but additional analysis is needed.


In a second related Science study, Gregory Hannon of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and his colleagues explain a new process, called "array capture re-sequencing," that allows scientists to

better study Neanderthal and other ancient DNA. Hannon said that the new process "enables us to extract from genomes important information, on a very selective basis, rapidly, very accurately, and at low cost."




Hannon described the sequencing of the Neanderthal genome as "a watershed event, a major historical achievement."




It’s clear now that Europeans and Asians carry with them a portion of DNA inherited from Neanderthals—while Africans do not. The best explanation for our mixed genomes is that after humans expanded out of Africa, they encountered Neanderthals and interbred. This changed forever the quality of the genetics of all humans except Africans. Homo sapiens had superior intellect and that is why Neanderthals became extinct. There can be no question that natural selection and normal abilities were far superior in Africans (Homo sapiens than in Neanderthals. Comparing the different Neanderthal-derived genes in different people, Pääbo and his colleagues estimate that this encounter occurred around 40,000 years ago. The tiny amount of Neanderthal DNA has been interpreted by some scientists as evidence that Neanderthals rarely mated with humans—perhaps just once, in fact. But as scientists sequence more genomes from more human populations, they're exploring the possibility that our ancestors mated with Neanderthals several different times.




The research provides a scientific sound reason why Blacks are superior to whites and why white females commonly seek Black males while Black females don’t seek white males. The instinct of any species concerning mating is to improve itself. Only the strongest, smartest most capable males are sought for mating. This begins to eliminate white males as desired mating partners.




The conclusion of this research and scientific evidence is that the Black Species is: Homo sapiens and the white sub species is Homo sapiens neanderthalensis. Very closely related but with the Black Species containing only pure human genes of the highest level and whites carrying a percentage of the inferior Neanderthals genetic code. As it was some 28,000 years ago the Neanderthal species submitted to and succumbed to the power of the pure Homo sapiens we again see today a recurrence of this subjugation of whites by Blacks and now we have a scientific reason why!

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