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    White 'Daddy'; White Mommy, Black Baby

    C'mon, three guesses as to who the babydaddy REALLY be. Hint: Bix Nood!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yl6FzRGHN3Y

    Just when you think people cant get any more naive, this happens.
    If we should give Abraham Lincoln credit for uniting America, then we should give Adolf Hitler credit for uniting Europe, as both men used the same methods for the same goals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RebelKnightCSA View Post
    C'mon, three guesses as to who the babydaddy REALLY be. Hint: Bix Nood!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yl6FzRGHN3Y

    Just when you think people cant get any more naive, this happens.
    It's only possible if one of the parents was of mixed race, or a grandparent, etc.

    If the parents and grandparents and great-grandparents were 100 percent European caucasian, this is about as likely to happen as the reverse - i.e., a pure black African couple producing a white baby.

    Racial differences are much more than skin deep. Bone structure/anatomy is one major point of departure. Pure whites (and blacks) that have "bred true" for generations will produce children that look like them, not like members of another race (which is really a way of saying sub-species of humanity, just exactly as wolves and dogs are sub-species of the same genus).

    Caucasian features and characteristics evolved over immense spans of time, resulting, eventually, in a unique group that shares common characteristics not found among the members of "out" groups.

    Whites don't produce Asian children, either.

    Nor the reverse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric View Post
    It's only possible if one of the parents was of mixed race, or a grandparent, etc.

    If the parents and grandparents and great-grandparents were 100 percent European caucasian, this is about as likely to happen as the reverse - i.e., a pure black African couple producing a white baby.
    That video is pure bullshit. Worse than believing in religion. Give the daddy a DNA test

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    Quote Originally Posted by dBrong View Post
    That video is pure bullshit. Worse than believing in religion. Give the daddy a DNA test
    Check this out:

    They have been extinct for 30,000 years, but a small part of the Neanderthals lives on in the DNA of every person with ancestors outside Africa.

    The genetic code of Neanderthal Man has revealed that Homo sapiens mated with our closest evolutionary relatives soon after migrating out of Africa, leaving traces that can still be detected in human DNA.

    A comparison of the genomes of the two human species has shown that between 1 and 4 per cent of the DNA of modern non-Africans has a Neanderthal origin, while no Neanderthal genes can be detected in Africans today. This indicates that the first modern humans to leave the continent must have interbred with Neanderthals they encountered, probably in the Middle East. Their descendants went on to populate the other continents.

    “Those of us who live outside Africa carry a little Neanderthal DNA,” said Svante Pääbo, of the Max Planck Institute in Leipzig, Germany, who led the research. “What we find is that Neanderthals are slightly more similar in their genome to people outside Africa, no matter whether they live in Europe, Asia or Papua New Guinea. This shows that there has been gene flow between Neanderthals and populations ancestral to humans,” he added.

    The findings, published in the journal Science, settle a long-running controversy over whether Neanderthals bred with modern humans or made any lasting contribution to the human gene pool.

    Previous research had found no evidence of such gene flow. This had led many scientists to believe that Homo sapiens displaced other human species as it spread around the world.

    Human genomes from France, China and Papua New Guinea showed Neanderthal signatures, but not those from West and Southern Africa.

    “How these peoples would have interacted culturally is not something we can speculate on in any meaningful way,” said Richard Green, of the University of California, Santa Cruz, a member of the study team. “But ... it is fascinating to think how that may have happened.”

    Comparisons between the human and Neanderthal genome will reveal genetic changes that occurred after the evolutionary divide between the two species, some of which may underlie unique capabilities of Homo sapiens such as complex thought, language and art.

    Already more than 200 parts of the human genome that show signals of rapid evolution since the split from Neanderthals, which include several genes involved in brain development, have been found.

    Another interesting gene that has evolved is RUNX2 which, when mutated, causes skeletal abnormalities typical of Neanderthals, such as a bell-shaped rib cage.

    Ewan Birney, of the European Bioinformatics Institute, near Cambridge, said that the work would provide many more insights into humanity’s genetic peculiarities. “This gives us a new way to investigate what makes humans human,” he said. Dr Pääbo added: “It’s cool to think that some of us have a little Neanderthal DNA in us, but, for me, the opportunity to search for evidence of positive selection that happened shortly after the two species separated is probably the most fascinating aspect of this project.”

    The Neanderthal genome covers 60 per cent of the species’ full genetic code and was pieced together from DNA from six skeletons from four sites:

    Vindija Cave in Croatia, El Sidrón in Spain, Mezmaiskaya in Russia and Feldhofer in the Neander Valley in Germany, where the original specimens that gave the species its name were found.

    New methods of sequencing DNA that allows ancient genetic material to be read, although it is highly degraded, enabled the research to be conducted. It was also necessary to avoid introducing modern human DNA that would have ruined the samples.

    Professor Chris Stringer, head of the human origins group at the Natural History Museum, said: “The Neanderthal genome strongly suggests that many of us outside of Africa have some Neanderthal inheritance. Any functional significance ... remains to be determined, but that will certainly be a focus for the next stages of this fascinating research.”


    Article here:

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/new...cle7118573.ece

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