Re: On ancestry
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It is not known where A00 originated. As the Bangwa show a lot more Herto / Sahulian morphology than other Africans do, I am guessing it originated some place from Sahul to North of the Sahara. They will not say, though they have had plenty of time to get the answer, which is more distant from the usual human Y today. Bangwa subject people A00 from West Africa, or Neanderthal Y. I suspect it is the A00 that is more distant. _______________________________________________________________________________________________The A00 could be as old of s split as Homo erectus, but not so far back as habilines. The A00 should have split in archaic humans or Homo erectus from the usual Y of today.
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From: Gareth Morgan
Sent: Friday, October 8, 2021 6:34 AM
Subject: Re: [AAT] On ancestry
This is not a DNA-problem.
No. Nothing is a problem for people who don't read the information past the first paragraph..
But the A00 gene has nothing to do with the human/chimp split.
Again, not a problem if you pretend Homo erectus didn't exist. Or Kenyapithecus, Samburupithecus, several species of robust and gracile Australopith, Paranthropus boisei, Homo habilis, Homo ergaster, Homo habilis or Homo heidelbergensis.
Then in 3 weeks, before they starved, they suddenly became aquatic humans on a volcanic rock.
Not a DNA problem?
Some scientists believe that insanity does have a genetic component.
From: AAT@groups.io <AAT@groups.io> on behalf of Allan Krill <krill@...>
On Fri, Oct 8, 2021 at 02:16 AM, Gareth Morgan wrote:
In your example, Texas police misread the DNA evidence to convict two black men of a crime they did not commit. This is not a DNA-problem.