“One allele, HLA-C*0702, is common in modern Europeans and Asians but never seen in Africans; Parham found it in the Neanderthal genome, suggesting it made its way into H. sapiens of non-African descent through interbreeding. HLA-A*11 had a similar story: it is mostly found in Asians and never in Africans, and Parham found it in the Denisovan genome, again suggesting its source was interbreeding outside of Africa.”
“Green and colleagues hypothesized an early population mixture of Africans and Neandertals in West Asia, before that population dispersed throughout the rest of Eurasia. This hypothesis was meant to explain why China and Europe have the same proportion of Neandertal genes.”
“These examples should demonstrate pretty clearly that this is not solely an X chromosome phenomenon; basically we're looking at the effects of drift in small ancient populations after they mixed with Neandertals.”
I'm posting these excerpts from an extensive website created by John Hawks; anthropologist/biologist, merely to indicate that attempting to connect the dots is ongoing and also to hopefully, further explain why our present consequences (Good/Ill) are direct results of those errors in judgment commited by our paternal ancestors, a.k.a. "The sins of the father."
"Ancient humans started down the path of evolving into two separate species before merging back into a single population, a genetic study suggests...At the time of the split - some 150,000 years ago - our species, Homo sapiens, was still confined to the African continent. The results have come from the Genographic Project, a major effort to track human migrations through DNA...The latest conclusions are based on analysis of mitochondrial DNA in present-day African populations. This type of DNA is the genetic material stored in mitochondria - the "powerhouses" of cells. It is passed down from a mother to her offspring, providing a unique record of maternal inheritance..."They came back together again during the Late Stone Age - driven by population expansion." Although present-day people carry a signature of the ancient split in their DNA, today's Africans are part of a single population...On one side of this divide are the mitochondrial lineages now found predominantly in East and West Africa, and all maternal lineages found outside Africa. On the other side of the divide are lineages predominantly found in the Khoi and San (Khoisan) hunter-gatherer people of Southern Africa. Many African populations today harbour a mixture of both."
"Adam" (a name chosen to indicate a founding father) would not have been the same man made who first had the M168 mutation. M168 is simply the mutation first discovered to distinguish his male line from those in Haploid-groups A and B...All known surviving descendant lineages of CT are in one of two major sub-clades, CF and DE. Both these appear to have arisen only a few thousand years after the original common ancestor of CT. In turn, DE is divided into an East Asian haplogroup D, and an African haplogroup E, while CF is divided into an East Asian and American haplogroup C and haplogroup F, which dominates most non African populations..."Haplogroup CT is therefore the common ancestral male lineage of most men alive today, including most Africans, where haplogroup E is most common and non Africans, where haplogroup F is dominant."
I recently read an article that said "half the population of African-American females has Herpes; the article attributed this to a shortage of males among the African-American population; forcing a situation where multiple African-American females are sexually active with a single obviously promiscuous African-American male. African-American females have been complaining for decades that the reason for single parent households is the lack of age appropriate African-American males, who are either dead or in jail. It seems that the oppressors have recreated nature's experiment which first created them a few hundred millennia ago.
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