> Alright, we have the Neanderthal genome, but do we > have the genome of > sapiens contemporaneous with Neanderthal to compare? > Of the > Neanderthal genome that dates to 33,000 years ago, do > we have the > Sapiens genome of 33,000 years ago to compare.
Asshole: _you_ have? You're a nobody, asshole,you have nothing.
> > For it seems to me that unless we have equi-dated > genomes, that much > of what Paabo and Green and Hawks discussed in > Decoding Neanderthal > NOVA is just opinion. > > Now do we know what genes indicate hair growth and > what genes indicate > the color of skin such as black African or white > European? > > So can the Neanderthal genome indicate what color of > skin and how much > hair? > Can we make a comparison to a Sapiens of 33,000 years > ago as to what > color of skin and how much hair? > > It may turn out, that what Hawks found for the > Tuscany Italy genetic > indicators was the mutations of the Sapiens > conferring immunology > because they were turning to a whiter skin to absorb > more sunlight and > vitamin D. It maybe that Sapiens was even healthier > in Europe than the > existing Neanderthals. It may turn out that > Neanderthals were prone to > more sickness from the cold than the invading Sapiens > from Africa. > > It is puzzling as to what benefits accrued to Sapiens > to go from a lot > of hair, a hairy body to a body that is less hair. > Does Rock throwing > have more advantage with less hair than more hair? > > The one place on the body that has no hair is the > front of the hands > and hair there would be a nuisance to a rock thrower. > > Hair would be important for cold climate and an > advantage. So was > Neanderthal hairy or the same hair as Sapiens > invading Europe? > > Hair is of a disadvantage for parasites. > > So we need some answers to the above from the genomes > of Neanderthal > of 33,000 years ago and from Sapiens that were > contemporaries of > Neanderthal. > > Now there has been a theory going around as to the > Swimming Sapiens as > the way Sapiens lost most of their body hair and > become the hairless > ape. I do not buy that, except for one application. > > How close is Tuscany to the Mediterranean Sea of > 33,000 years ago? > > It is possible that the African sapiens that invaded > Europe and > extincted Neanderthal were clustered in Tuscany and > lived close to the > Med. Sea. It is possible that they spent so much time > near the Sea, > that over 10,000 years they would mutate the genes > for less hair as an > advantage in swimming. How warm is the Med. Sea in > winter in Tuscany? > > Also, I would like to remind the reader that this > theory of > Rockthrowing starts in Italy near Sardina some 8 to > 10 million years > ago with a ape creature throwing rocks to a habit of > throwing rocks > that conferred many advantages and increasing his > mating and > offspring. This throwing ape creature would > eventually migrate into > Africa, and become Orrorin. So was there a full land > bridge between > Tuscany, Sardinia and Africa? > > I know Gilbraltor harbors monkeys from Africa? Do > monkeys somehow find > a means of crossing the Med. Sea, on perhaps logs > adrift? Could > monkeys and apes some 10 million years ago have made > a crossing of > Sicily into Northern Africa? > So it would be ironic that the birthplace of humanity > starts in > Sardinia Italy some 8 to 10 million years ago and > migrates into Africa > and then some 60,000 years ago the African Sapiens > migrated back north > into Europe. So they came full circle. > > -- > Google's archives are top-heavy in hate-spew from > search-engine- > bombing. Only Drexel's Math Forum has done a > excellent, simple and > fair archiving of AP posts for the past 15 years as > seen here: > > http://mathforum.org/kb/profile.jspa?userID=499986 > > Archimedes Plutonium > http://www.iw.net/~a_plutonium > whole entire Universe is just one big atom > where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies