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Would it be scientifically worthwhile to clone Neanderthals to study (if it were possible of course)?

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>> No.10817242

not cloning them would be murder since you're snuffing out their right to exist

>> No.10817255

Problem is they are ugly, and its all about appearances, cloning ugly people will not win the project and the scientists any support from the public. And if public dont care or dont like it then funding such project becomes very difficult.

>> No.10817263


We're smarter than them despite having a smaller brain. It would be great to see how we differ neurologically

>> No.10817265

If I was a mad scientist with infinite resources I'd try to back breed them from modern humans as opposed to cloning.

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You can't. Humans only contain 20% of their genome collectively.

>> No.10817283

Nope. Because then we would learn of Neanderthal supremacy.

>> No.10817285

how big are neanderthal tits?

>> No.10817287

so what if you just concentrated all of that 20% in one person?

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You are too late, its been done already.

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>200 genes differ between neanderthal and human brains
>put 1 neadner gene in a human neuron
>it differs by only 1 SNP
>they grow lumpy, as opposed to the smooth human neural clumps, because some neurons multiplied faster than others
>they have less synaptic connections than the human ones


>> No.10817293

parts of the neanderthal genome are still being purged for superior variant supposedly we inherited an inbreeding load from them.

>> No.10817296

Would be interesting, but the tissues where we differ the most in terms of genetic expression are in the brain and testicles. This hybrid would be far from a real neanderthal.

>> No.10817299

jews are living neanderthals. White people are cromagnon.

>> No.10817304

Body built like a fridge.

>> No.10817309

It's Homo Sapien.

>> No.10817316

>Problem is they are ugly,
They also sounded like retards.

>> No.10817351

Europeans are hybrids of H. sapiens and h.Neanderthal, possibly with some other admixtures. The only real H. sapiens left are south of Sahara.

>> No.10817369

Nope. Sub-Saharans are mixed with another Hominid as well. Possibly multiple.

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Probably Homo Erectus

>> No.10817393

No evidence of that.

>> No.10817467

What areas of the genome have been conserved and possibly selected for in modern non africans?

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>> No.10817492

based hot fuzz poster

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>> No.10817674

A bunch of uninteresting shit like metabolism, skin and hair composition, susceptibility to depression, immune system

>> No.10817741

these seem like environmental adaptations directly affected by the conditions, I assume fat deposition is another trait?

>> No.10817997

>Would it be scientifically worthwhile to clone Neanderthals to study (if it were possible of course)?
Why don't you try it and find out?

>> No.10818057

Yes. That gene is most common in native americans. 50% of them have it. That's why tribal brazilians never look shreded, but australian abos do. It also contributes to why mexicans are prone to diabetes.

>> No.10818063

Neanderthals aren't real, so no.

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>tfw you’re murdering thousands of sentient beings by not having sex and impregnating someone literally every second

>> No.10818259


>SLC16A11 may be involved in the transport of an unknown metabolite that affects fat levels in cells and thereby increases risk of type 2 diabetes.


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>> No.10819032

so my random speculation about cold climate adaptations proved to be right...

I have never seen a shredded abo before

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>> No.10819179

Absolutely, you bet. The only problem is the ethical side though.

>> No.10819535

They are only recobstructed to look ugly, we only have little idea what they looked like, I have personally no idea why the restorations use such horrible skin.

>> No.10819543

Could be poor handling of some nutrient, such as magnesium.

>> No.10819614

Neanderthals live among humans. Most of them are in Russia though.

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I dislike how they are given modern facial features. No doubt because most people don't know what the flesh of a primitive person looked like. But I'm sure they would have look a lot more like this.

>> No.10820097

Yes, acromegaly, text book example. Not restricted to Neanderthals.

>> No.10820395

That skull morphology is not a characteristic of acromegaly.

>> No.10820421

They can't possibly be uglier than Aussie Abos m8.

>> No.10820436

Sup you at Sydney mate?

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wanna bet on it?

>> No.10820828

I wouldn't be so sure; in fact it seems quite probable the aquilian nose was inherited from the neanderthals.

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Even abos have forward facing nostrils. It seems to be a primitive trait.

>> No.10820980

Interesting, thanks anon

>> No.10821087

abos aren't primitive

>> No.10821089

Look like models compared to Abos so no they aint ugly.

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>We're smarter than them despite having a smaller brain.
[citation needed]

>> No.10821293

The sapes are afraid to face their superior brethren.

>> No.10821589

Far too tall to be a neanderthal.

>> No.10821631

could someone read these and find a decent image
It's quite interesting research and they think they've found 3 other admixture populations in asia not just the denisovans ands neanderthals
also they've found a 160,000 year old triple rooted tooth that is still common in asians

>> No.10821633

*image to make a thread with?

>> No.10821640

Looking More attractive than many women so far I have met.
But then again, it's a woman, so she might be a neandercunt.

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>> No.10822157

One of many reasons to believe we didn't evolve from either of those two.

>> No.10822242

Then who did we evolve from?

>> No.10822274

H. naledi seems like the likely closest known ancestor.

>> No.10822285

>in 2017 the fossils were dated close to 250,000 years ago,[4] and thus contemporary with larger-brained anatomically modern humans, Neanderthals, and Denisovans.[1] The research team therefore thinks that H. naledi is not a direct ancestor of modern humans, but probably an offshoot within the genus Homo.[5]

>> No.10822394


Has someone done a genetic study of this guy?

He's got to be at least 50% Neanderthaal...

>> No.10822456

but which race of human is it? some are closer some are more different.

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Neanderthals diverged from us 800,000 years ago. Eurasians diverged from africans 70,000 years ago

>> No.10822569

supposedly the bushmen diverged 200,000 years ago

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