Omg. Where on earth did I say the links were about Denisovans? The LINKS THEMSELVES SAID THEY WERE ABOUT AFRICA. NO-ONE HAD TO READ THE ARTICLES TO KNOW THAT!John T wrote: ↑Tue Sep 26, 2017 7:31 amUnlike you, I actually try to read your links but of course once I realized you are just posting links of things you haven't even bothered to read and/or understand, I can't help but point out the irony.neilgodfrey wrote: ↑Fri Sep 22, 2017 6:18 pmAncient DNA data fills in thousands of years of human prehistory in Africa
and supporting data:
Reconstructing Prehistoric African Population Structure
The article has nothing to do with Denisovan DNA but regarding the southern African San people 8,100–2,500 years ago.
Still, we can learn from this study just the same.
I added the links to the articles because, well, I thought they were of a related interest. Anyone interested in the DNA evidence for human evolution and various species, I thought, like me, would also be interested in the articles I linked here.
For your benefit, however, I should have created a separate OP or introduced the links with a special message. Something like:
You obviously don't have any interest in the science itself but only in debunking science and anyone who has moved beyond your troglodyte superstitions."Please notice from the names of the links you are about to click that the articles are about Africa and not Siberia. Please do not click if you are looking for information about Siberian evidence."
It's a topic that I have long held a fascination for. I used to teach the details of humanoid evolution and knew most of the relevant discoveries. Since DNA testing and further discoveries the field has become for fascinating than ever. I hope very soon to visit Solo in Indonesia again to make up for my last visit when I missed the opportunity to see the various finds -- Java Man, Homo Floresiensis.
What is it you don't understand about the DNA analysis of these finds? You seem to be stuck in a mythical Genesis mind-warp.