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Why did black people evolve to have nappy hair?

>> No.11260338

Thick, tightly-packed hair most likely protects the top of their heads from the sun

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>> No.11260444

Why did black people evolve baldness then

>> No.11260483

I think I once read that it makes it easier for them to cool off and release heat from their heads.

>> No.11260487

Yeah, cooling.

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it is the literal cooler for the little brain they have

>> No.11260547

>Why did black people evolve

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It's similar to the hair of original humans.

>> No.11260789

Baldness just kinda happens, most likely a defect that wasn't selected for in modern populations once they settled down

>> No.11260922

Off topic but >>11260789

>According to Prof Ralf Paus, a dermatologist at the University of Manchester, this is because hair loss is still viewed largely as a cosmetic problem, rather than a disease. Because of this, in the western world, neither industry nor academic funding bodies have been willing to spend substantial sums of money on hair research. Despite the scale of patient demand, they have been dissuaded by the knowledge that any drug that hits the market is unlikely to be covered by the NHS or insurance companies.

>> No.11260924

What about curly hair?

>> No.11260933

Enki created them when he went to Egypt. They were more suited for fighting off Enlil. Why? Melanin has electromagnetic properties. Look it up.

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>> No.11260940

Those are some nappy headed hoes.

RIP Don Imus.

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It's the next step of evolution after the straight hair of monkeys. A shame whites never got the memo.

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>> No.11260990

I literally cannot refute any of this, maybe WE WERE KINGS all along...

>> No.11261147

>RIP Don Imus.
Holy shit, I hadn't heard the bad news yet

>> No.11261176

>bad news
don't worry, he isn't resting, he's dead

>> No.11261199

Kek. At least some people on /sci/ still consider nogs what they sre: subhumans

>> No.11261578

If that's true then why don't all humans have negro hair?

>> No.11261592

Neanderthals gave non-Africans genes for Keratin. Doesn't Keratin straighten hair?


>> No.11261783

Same thing with cures for dickletism

>> No.11261805

Uhm I'm not convinced by that argument. Aesthetic plastic surgery usually isn't covered either but it's a pretty profitable market anyway

>> No.11261916

baldness only happens after you already passed on your genes to the next generation.
So it's not really detected as a problem by the gene pool.

>> No.11261926

They evolved into people and stopped being retarded animals.

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