Photo: Cro-Magnon rousts the Evolutionists
If Neanderthal is supposed to have lived in Europe beginning 300,000 years ago and Cro-Magnon for the last 30,000 years or so and it turns out that their; -"Modern" DNA is unchanged since that time; when did we do all that evolving?
We've written about this before, but a new article summarized in PLoS One has caused us to return to this subject again. A Cro-Magnon DNA sequence supposedly 28,000 years old was obtained from fossil bones discoverd in the Paglicci cave, in Italy.
The results show that the DNA is identical to the DNA sequences of certain modern Europeans. They claim therefore that the DNA sequence has remained static and unchanged over 28,000 years.
This of course means that Cro Magnon was a fully modern individual who perhaps was built more strongly and had a larger brain capacity. The study went further. They sequenced the DNA of the 123 people who could have been in contact with the fossils since their discovery to rule out contamination by modern humans.
That should shut the mouth of the naysaying scientists who were having a wee bit of trouble seeing their cave man vanish into thin air.
A short time ago, in another article, earlier this year, about Neanderthal man scientists reported that their DNA sequencing of a "38,000 year old Neanderthal man showed that his DNA matched "modern man" by 99.99%. As we pointed out in that article, that's the same DNA match that exists between any two people living today.
That being said, science has now found that the entire cave man evolutionary myth, made "real" by portraying "Cro-Magnon" and "Neanderthal man" as short, brutish, dumb and hairy "cave men" has been replaced with a reality that one could understand from the Bible;
"So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them."
Meanwhile, there are still scientists at this very moment who claim that Neanderthal could not speak, that he had no language and that he did not interbreed with Cro-Magnon or "Modern man. There are still scientists who claim that "Cro"magnon" never learned how to ride a horse. These evolutionists refuse to come out of the cave.
As enlightening as these findings are, the authors still claim that these two populations lived side by side by as much as 10,000 years without interbreeding, which could seem plausible if you're convinced you're dealing with a "pre-human group" and a "human group". The truth is however, that we're dealing with men as modern as you and I. An abstract from the article follows;
DNA sequences from ancient speciments may in fact result from undetected contamination of the ancient specimens by modern DNA, and the problem is particularly challenging in studies of human fossils. Doubts on the authenticity of the available sequences have so far hampered genetic comparisons between anatomically archaic (Neandertal) and early modern (Cro-Magnoid) Europeans.
We typed the mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) hypervariable region I in a 28,000 years old Cro-Magnoid individual from the Paglicci cave, in Italy (Paglicci 23) and in all the people who had contact with the sample since its discovery in 2003.
The Paglicci 23 sequence, determined through the analysis of 152 clones, is the Cambridge reference sequence, and cannot possibly reflect contamination because it differs from all potentially contaminating modern sequences.
The Paglicci 23 individual carried a mtDNA sequence that is still common in Europe, and which radically differs from those of the almost contemporary Neandertals, demonstrating a genealogical continuity across 28,000 years, from Cro-Magnoid to modern Europeans.
Because all potential sources of modern DNA contamination are known, the Paglicci 23 sample will offer a unique opportunity to get insight for the first time into the nuclear genes of early modern Europeans.