Including an increased risk for blood clots and tobacco addiction.
Tag Archives: Ancient History
If Western Civilization isn’t special, why do blacks claim Africans are secretly behind it?
How much damage can a Trump presidency undo?
Ignoble Savages, AR Classic Article
Waging total war with limited means.
Neandertal DNA Affects Modern Ethnic Difference in Immune Response, Scientific American
Neanderthal genes help Europeans “live in peace with the microbes.”
Your Neanderthal DNA Might Actually Be Doing You Some Good, Washington Post
It may have helped non-Africans adapt to new environments.
First contact between Western and Chinese civilizations may have been 1,500 years earlier than previously thought.
What Race Were the Greeks and Romans?, AR Classic Article
The evidence is clear — but often ignored.
And after diversion, the gene mutation rate of non-Africans accelerated.
Archaeologist says “strong indications lead me to almost certainty.”
The white Genghis Khan?
Farewell to Henry, Unz Review
Professor Henry Harpending–whom the SPLC calls an “extremist”–has died.
Ancient Europeans transported the wild animals “considerable distances.”
That’s true of Melanesians, at least.
The modern-day Irish may not be Celts after all.
The haplogroup they belonged to now appears only in Asia and the Americas.
Scientists find new evidence of a “failed dispersal” from Africa.
So are nicotine addiction and better blood coagulation.
An entire haplogroup disappeared from Europe.
Earliest known massacre took place in Africa 10,000 years ago.
Your Neanderthal DNA May Help You Fight Disease, and Give You Allergies, Los Angeles Times
Modern Eurasians kept the best genes from Neanderthals.
Ancient Irish Genome Reveals a Massive Migration from the East, Washington Post
4,000 years ago, migration brought blue eyes to Ireland.
Film about Egyptian gods features mostly whites.
Agriculture Linked to DNA Changes in Ancient Europe, New York Times
Researchers have tracked evolutionary changes in lactose tolerance and skin color.
In a Tooth, DNA From Some Very Old Cousins, the Denisovans, New York Times
Researchers sequence 110,000-year-old DNA.
It’s 3,500 years old.
Teeth from China Reveal an Early Human Trek out of Africa, Scientific American
Oxford archaeologist says, “This is stunning, it’s major league.”
It’s the first ancient-African genome to be sequenced.
Maier ’17: The White Privilege of Cows, Brown Daily Herald
Editors at student newspaper denounce column on evolution and human difference.
Early Europeans Interbred with Neanderthals, Yahoo! News
Homo Sap and Neanderthal were interbreeding for at least 10,000 years.
He was an Indian despite the shape of his skull.
When Modern Eurasia Was Born, Phys Org
Study tries to answer whether it was a migration of people or ideas that created civilization.
How Europeans Evolved White Skin, Science Mag
It may have happened less than 8,000 years ago.
The British remain sons of the soil.
Western Europe, State Formation, and Genetic Pacification, Evolutionary Psychology Journal
New paper suggests whites may be genetically pacified.
Treasures inside are proof of trade between Mediterraneans and Celts.
East Asians have between 15 and 30 percent more Neanderthal DNA than Europeans.
55,000-year-old skull found in Israel resembles those of the first inhabitants of Europe.
Of those excavated, many have blonde or red hair.
First Europeans Weathered the Ice Age, Yahoo! News
36,000-year-old genome gives up its secrets.
From Ancient DNA, a Clearer Picture of Europeans Today, New York Times
In Central Europe lactose tolerance may have appeared only 3,100 years ago.
There’s Something About Teutonics, Those Who Can See
A fascinating study of what makes Northern Europe so attractive to immigrants.
Archeology: Evidence Scant for Ancient Muslims in America, Columbus Dispatch
This does not stop people claiming Muslims got here before Columbus.
Eugenics, the future of genetic research, and academic closemindedness.
Allows scientists to estimate Neanderthals and H. Sapiens interbred about 60,000 years ago.
Link Found in Genetic Connection Between Modern Europeans and Native Americans, Daily Mail (London)
Geneticists unravel some of them mystery of European origins.
Modern humans arrived in Europe earlier than previously thought.
New Study Offers Clues to Swift Arctic Extinction, New York Times
What killed off the Dorset people?
The Kennewick Man Finally Freed to Share His Secrets, Smithsonian Magazine
Anthropologists battled Indians and the government for the right to study the 9,000-year-old skeleton.
8,000-Year-Old Mutation Key to Human Life at High Altitudes, Medical Xpress
A single base pair mutation adjusts red blood cell production in Tibetans.