peace and hotep,
eja, darwin insulted the aristocrazy of his day by even suggesting that caucasians are descended from africans. the picture of the caucasian man rising from monkeys or primates was the 'media hype' of the ninetenth century. darwin's nephew, sir francis galton(the father of eugenics-hyatthitler) , tried to restore some air of 'white'ness to his disgraceful relative. king kong later replaced the monkey of 19th century eugenicist hype. 'The Evolution of the Species'
eja, you asked:
" How cold does it have to be to cause these mutations in Africans? And how long does it take for these mutations to unfold? I ask because there are people in Asia who have been living under similar conditions for thousands of years and they have'nt turned blond or blue eyed yet. "
eja, before their was institutions of marriage, people married incestruously. henceforth, genetic mutations in africa. experience was the only teacher but 20000 years withe very little sunlight in the northern hemisphere is unimaginable today, i am sorry most can not envision this.
also, there are remains of cro-magnon or homo sapien sapien indigenous to africa prior to the period in question in eurasia.
eja, when you state:
"The cro-magnon was the offspring born of the rape of African women captured by neanderthals raiding from the north and, this new species, by allying the creativity from it's maternal side to the ferocity of it's paternal side was able to bring about the extinction of the pure-breed neanderthal.",
this seems more like "qwest for fire" or "conan" than diop or welsing. not welsings knowledge of "ancestral crime" against oedipus.
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