Black People : ORIGINAL EURO.S HAD DARK SKIN

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    Dark skin, blue eyes: Genes paint a picture of 7,000-year-old European

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    A progression of sketches shows how a skull and genetic clues were combined to come up with the look of a 7,000-year-old hunter-gatherer who lived in Spain.
    A 7,000-year-old man whose bones were left behind in a Spanish cave had the dark skin of an African, but the blue eyes of a Scandinavian. He was a hunter-gatherer who ate a low-starch diet and couldn't digest milk well — which meshes with the lifestyle that predated the rise of agriculture. But his immune system was already starting to adapt to a new lifestyle.
    Researchers found all this out not from medical records, or from a study of the man's actual skin or eyes, but from an analysis of the DNA extracted from his tooth.
    The study, published online Sunday by the journal Nature, lays out what's said to be the first recovered genome of a European hunter-gatherer from a transitional time known as the Mesolithic Period, which lasted from 10,000 to 5,000 years ago. It's a time when the hunter-gatherer lifestyle was starting to give way to a more settled existence, with farms, livestock and urban settlements.
    The remains of the Mesolithic male, dubbed La Braña 1, were found in 2006 in the La Braña-Arintero cave complex in northwest Spain. In the Nature paper, the researchers describe how they isolated the ancient DNA, sequenced the genome and looked at key regions linked to physical traits — including lactose intolerance, starch digestion and immune response.
    The biggest surprise was that the genes linked to skin pigmentation reflected African rather than modern European variations. That indicates that the man had dark skin, "although we cannot know the exact shade," Carles Lalueza-Fox, a member of the research team from the Spanish National Research Council, said in a news release. At the same time, the man possessed the genetic variations that produce blue eyes in current Europeans.
    That combination makes for a rare genetic profile, but perhaps it was more typical of the Mesolithic Period. To find out, the researchers say they'll need to analyze more genomes from that time — starting with La Braña 2, another male whose skeleton was found in the Spanish cave.
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    The skeleton of the male known as La Braña 1 lies in a Spanish cave, as seen after its discovery in 2006.
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    Good job, now that's dropping it like its hot, here it is again:




    Neanderthal Woman's Genome Reveals Unknown Human Lineage
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    Look, listen, I keep trying to convince you that Cain and/or any relatives died in the deluge, and were not on the Ark ... Why is that so hard for you to accept, scientist, lol.
     
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    One of his children were on the Ark. Like it or not! Nah! Because the Genome Project says we all came out of Africa. Thus, you are implying that only Africans were on that ark







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    One of his children? Wrong. Cain was wiped out, forever.

    Noe and his wife, his three sons, Shem, Cham, Yapheth, and their wives that were not descendant of Cain were the only people on board. I believe they were cousins to Shem and 'nem. :)

    What white people are is leprous, which is not the mark of Cain.
     
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    Obviously not. Thus, where did the Canaanites come from after the flood?

    Obviously one was

    Geez, even I didn't go that far





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    This is funny ... Now prove it:

    "One of his children were on the Ark"



    That is exactly what we are saying:

    "Thus, you are implying that only Africans were on that ark"


    But Ima let Angela22 handle your butt :rofl:
     
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    For the answer, I suggest you start with reading my book, Does Color Matter, for the details.

    If you decide on not doing that, here's a Thread that might help, its not that long either ... Both recommended sources arrive at the same conclusion:



    Caucasian Albinos
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    The Genome Project proved it





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