you and me baby, we ain't nothing but Neanderthals

Discussion in 'Human Science' started by Xev, Aug 4, 2007.

  1. John99 Banned Banned

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    I think the dates\timeline may pose a problem for evolution.

    My conclusions:

    1. Neanderthals WERE human. Obviously this would mean only slight distinctions in appearance, which brings us to number two.
    2. Modern man survived based on mainly one thing- Physical appearance enhanced their drive and desire. The bottom line is we can be controlled, we can be controlled psychologically. This is a common trait even today, Why isn't this acknowledged? reticence or inability to grasp the magnitude of our narcissistic inclinations. I have concluded that survivability is based on less tangible abilities and more on raw emotion.
    3. Intelligence- Unchanged. I base this on a number of things, rest assured this is easily proven.
    4. Be pragmatic.

    There is more, but this data is very sensitive.

    Interesting, i would like to read that one day...too bad i cant google it

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  3. Orleander OH JOY!!!! Valued Senior Member

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    so we have DNA from a Neanderthal specimen to know its not in us?
     
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    yes, outside the range of variation in modern humans.

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  8. Hapsburg Hellenistic polytheist Valued Senior Member

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    Meh. The concept "Species", being an arbitrary human definition, is not really as consistent in nature as we would want it to be.

    Regardless, they don't have to be the same species to interbreed. Look at the Liger and the Tigon (both variations of tiger-lion cross-breeds), the Wholphin (whale and dolphin), and the rare Grolar (grizzly bear and polar bear).

    Most likely, the examples of Human-Neanderthal cross-breeding are examples of very rare occurrences, much like how ligers are rare in nature. They were, almost assuredly, not the standard of the day, to say the least.
     
  9. one_raven God is a Chinese Whisper Valued Senior Member

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    Hell, look at the mule.
     
  10. orcot Valued Senior Member

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    has there ever been a interbred by homonides? Why would humans and neanderthals be any different.
     
  11. Orleander OH JOY!!!! Valued Senior Member

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    yeah, do bonobos and chimpanzees mate?
     
  12. Enmos Staff Member

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    Bonobo's probably mate with anything they can get their hands on

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