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Cro-Magnon Man Shunned Interracial Breeding. News Team

(by Kyle Rogers)

Cro-Magnon man and the more primitive Neanderthal man were once referred to as proto-Caucasians in scientific journals. While Cro-Magnon DNA is found in modern Caucasian and Eurasian populations, we now know that Neanderthal DNA is not.

Despite a huge amount of pressure from the politically correct media to say otherwise, responsible scientists still hold that different races of homo sapiens living thousands of years ago were not equal in their evolutionary development. Had Cro-Magnons produced children with Neanderthals, what would the world be like today? Would we have ever had an Athens to give us advanced mathematics, musical theory, and democracy? How about the Roman Empire? A man on the moon?

Did Cro-Magnon man survive and evolve into modern Europeans because they did not practice miscegenation with other races?

From New Scientist…

Did the first modern humans in Europe share a bed with nearby Neanderthals? Almost certainly not, according to a new analysis of 28,000 year old Cro-Magnon DNA.

The Cro-Magnons were the first modern Homo sapiens in Europe, living there between 45,000 and 10,000 years ago. Their DNA sequences match those of today’s Europeans, says Guido Barbujani, an evolutionary anthropologist at the University of Ferrera, Italy, suggesting that “Neanderthal hybridisation” did not occur.

Barbujani agrees that mitochondrial DNA alone can’t rule out the possibility that Cro-Magnons and Neanderthals bred, but nearly every ancient human skeleton recovered in Europe belongs to either Cro-Magnons or Neanderthals, not the hybrids that would be expected from interbreeding.

The only potential intermediate is a child’s skull found in Portugal and dated to 24,500 years ago – after Neanderthals went extinct. However, other researchers have questioned the skeleton, suggesting it belonged to a “chunky” human child.

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