December 18, 2019
Oh, how convenient.
Another bunch of scientists claiming that Europe was stolen from brown people.
This sketch looks like an Australian abo.
Scientists at the University of Copenhagen have extracted a Stone Age woman’s DNA from 5,700-year-old “chewing gum.”
The “gum” is made from birch pitch, according to researchers, and was once chewed by the Stone Age woman. Birch pitch is a substance made by heating birch bark. Researchers successfully extracted a complete human genome from the birch pitch, which was found in Southern Denmark.
“It is amazing to have gotten a complete ancient human genome from anything other than bone,” project leader Hannes Schroeder, an associate professor at the University of Copenhagen’s Globe Institute, said in a statement. “What is more, we also retrieved DNA from oral microbes and several important human pathogens, which makes this a very valuable source of ancient DNA, especially for time periods where we have no human remains.”
DNA analysis revealed that the birch pitch was chewed by a female, who is described as genetically closer to hunter-gatherers from mainland Europe than the inhabitants of Scandinavia at that time. Researchers believe that the woman likely had dark skin, dark hair and blue eyes.
Armed with this information, an artist’s impression of the woman, dubbed “Lola,” was created.
A study on the research is published in the journal Nature Communications.
So, another artist’s rendition showing that a pre-historic European was a brown person.
There are of course no details about why a European girl from 5,700 years ago would be brown.
But it’s what “researchers believe.”
This happened last year with Cheddar Man, the corpse of a prehistoric man found in Britain.
They released this “artist’s rendition” of a black guy.
Then, a few weeks later, after scientists had questioned how they knew the Cheddar Man was black, they admitted they didn’t actually know.
Daily Mail, March 2, 2018:
Cheddar man may not have been ‘dark to black skinned’ after all.
Last month, researchers claimed that they had been able to accurately reconstruct the face of the ‘first Brit’ based on his DNA – and sensationally revealed he had black skin and blue eyes.
But now, one of the main scientists who helped create the reconstruction of his 10,000-year-old face says he may not have been black at all.
Geneticist Susan Walsh at Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis, says we simply don’t know his skin colour.
While her computer model shows being black is his ‘probable profile’, DNA testing is not advanced enough to say for certain.
In other words, the brown skin was just a baseless assumption.
Just like with Gum Girl.
Scientists are pushing a weird agenda in line with the beliefs of Elijah Muhammad, the leader of the Nation of Islam who claimed that white people were made in test tubes by black people.
This is literally being used as a justification for ethnically displacing white Europeans.
Because scientists wouldn’t ever be driven by a political agenda.
We must have taken Europe from brown people, after we emerged from our tubes.
To be fair, in the case of Gum Girl, there actually were Eskimo-like people living in Scandinavia. They’re still there. They’re called Samis.
But they don’t have brown skin. They just look like cue-ball headed pale-skinned Asians.