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Why Did Humans Evolve into Such Different Races?

by David Sims

HUMANOIDS SPLIT FROM THE Great Apes in Africa about five million years ago. Migrations of humanoids out of Africa probably happened many times, and most of those migrations left no trace that we have been able to find in our era. Anatomically modern humans, or approximately such, probably originated in Africa, too, about 100,000 years ago. Some of these also migrated out of Africa at intervals and went off in one direction or another to conquer a homeland for themselves as best as they could.

These geographically separated populations of (approximately) anatomically modern humans, including those remaining in Africa, had several hundred generations of separate evolution. Different environmental conditions (jungle here, tundra there, etc.) sifted the frequencies of alleles (variants of a gene) for all sorts of physical characters — of which the color of skin was merely one of many.

These separated populations discovered each other when one of them, the White race, explored all the world with ships and established trade between them all.

A problem arose after a poisonous philosophy, Marxism, was invented as a means to convey political empowerment to certain people, most of whom were Jews. The idea of multiculturalism, the idea that racial social mixing and racial marriage were such good things that they should be made mandatory, resulted in the proliferation of racial animosity, racial jealousy, and racial violence. The leftist ideology has a lot of sugar-coating on it that inspires people of modest IQ to become “social justice warriors,” not realizing that they are facilitating the rise of the very totalitarianism that they loudly claim to be fighting.

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Art Thief
Art Thief
11 August, 2022 6:24 am

What do you think of Fuerle’s position in Erectus Walks that the primary migrations out of Africa –if such EVER occurred – happened before the races’ evolution into modern humans which largely occurred in parallel? What of the evidence supporting his point (such as the fact that shoveled incisors would have had to develop in the Asian population TWICE – once among lower hominids and again among modern Hhs after replacing them)?

Frederick Ford
Frederick Ford
Reply to  Art Thief
11 August, 2022 4:58 pm

not all humans came from Africa. Only Non-whites did. Whites originated separately.

Art Thief
Art Thief
Reply to  Frederick Ford
13 August, 2022 8:08 pm

Putting aside your wall-of-text below, which I am not sure I agree is correct, you just hand waved one of the pieces of evidence which expands your grouping from two to three, specifically you ignored that Asians carry a (actually several) adaptation shared with Asiatic hominids not found in either African “humans” nor in pre-Human African hominids.

Mr. Caucasoid
Mr. Caucasoid
Reply to  Art Thief
12 September, 2022 7:38 pm

Art Thief, I read Fuerle’s book twice. It’s a convincing argument and I’ve been looking for studies since he published it which concur with his conclusions. To that end, please see studies The reversal of human phylogeny: Homo left Africa as erectus, came back as sapiens sapiens (2020) https://hereditasjournal.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s41065-020-00163-9 The unidirectional phylogeny of Homo sapiens anchors the origin of modern humans in Eurasia (2021) https://hereditasjournal.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s41065-021-00197-7 Reconsideration of the “Out of Africa” Concept as Not Having Enough Proof (2014) https://www.researchgate.net/publication/260025847_Reconsideration_of_the_Out_of_Africa_Concept_as_Not_Having_Enough_Proof Modern human origins: multiregional evolution of autosomes and East Asia origin of Y and mtDNA (2019) https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/101410v6 Note the last study pins the divergence of Africans and Europeans at 1.92 million years ago, Asians and Europeans at 1.6 million years ago, then, as I understand it, evolving with partly parallel evolution,… Read more »

Art Thief
Art Thief
Reply to  Mr. Caucasoid
13 September, 2022 7:16 pm

Thanks! I haven’t had as much time lately for such studies but I look forward to diving into these.

Rockwell's Ghost
Rockwell's Ghost
11 August, 2022 12:14 pm

Out of Africa?? Oy vey.

Frederick Ford
Frederick Ford
11 August, 2022 4:56 pm

The out-of-Africa theory is based on the fact that most apes are widely accepted to be the direct ancestral relatives of humans. This idea does make sense as apes do share a lot of anatomy and physiology with humans but there is a difference between sharing most of the same genes and sharing all the same genes. Scientists have said that humans and apes share about 99% of their DNA with each other but what about the other 1%? That 1% directly indicates that humans and apes don’t share all the same genes. Darwinian evolution itself says that new species of animals when natural selection chooses certain variations that can adapt an animal to a certain environment similar to how humans have artificially selected certain varieties of crops and animals… Read more »

LH Collins
LH Collins
12 August, 2022 3:26 am

If we’re to assume all primates came from Africa, you might be forgiven to assume it is the native homeland of all humanity. but humans are a range of distinctive, separate species. At least, we have reason to assume this based on what we know.

Tib
Tib
12 September, 2022 8:56 pm

Out of Africa is bunk. Meet Robert Sepehr: https://www.youtube.com/user/818encino
The world’s most dangerous anthropologist, who has crushed Out of Africa to death with evidence.