August 18, 2018
Believe it or not, these creatures behaved exactly like niggers.
This is pretty interesting, though I think these researchers are making a crucial mistake in thinking that Homo Erectus has gone extinct. Looking up pictures online, it’s pretty clear that they live on in Africa to this day, though in a slightly evolved form.
The main evolution seems to be the distillation of bananas into hard liquor.
It turns out laziness existed long before couches and takeout. The “why bother?” attitude not only existed hundreds of thousands of years ago, but may also have led to the decline of an ancient human ancestor.
Homo erectus first appeared 2 million years ago and went extinct some 50,000 to 100,000 years ago. But compared with other hominins, like Neanderthals, this species may have been quite lazy and more reluctant to adapt to a changing environment, according to new study published July 27 in the Journal PLOS One.
Of course, Homo Erectus are nothing compared with the Neanderthal master race. Neanderthals lived in Europe and Asia, and mixed with Homo Sapiens to produce modern Europeans and East Asians. Their occupancy of a harsh, frozen landscape pressured them to become inventive and disciplined, while the Erectus niggers lazied around in the paradise-tier lands in Africa and the Ice-Age Middle East.
Erectuses (Erecti?) are allergic to hard work. In fact, they spend way more time sitting in the shade than being “erect,” leading some to think the name is a misnomer.
Archaeologists from Australian National University analyzed thousands of newfound and previously unearthed artifacts from an excavation site in the Arabian Peninsula in modern-day Saffaqah, Saudi Arabia, in 2014. Their findings suggested that the Homo erectus species in that area exerted the minimal effort necessary to make tools and find supplies. [Top 10 Mysteries of the First Humans]
M I N I M A L E F F O R T.
Instead, these early humans lived in places that had easy access to stones and water, the study found.
“To make their stone tools, they would use whatever rocks they could find lying around their camp, which were mostly of comparatively low quality to what later stone-tool makers used,” lead author Ceri Shipton, an archaeologist at Australian National University, said in a statement. Such tools included cores, flakes, hand axes and cleavers.
Kind of like Africans just shit around their house, rather than dig a hole, which would take, like, minutes of time.
Nah, you’re way to busy like… Doing your hair or some shit.
A little way away from the Homo erectus camps was a rocky outcrop that had higher-quality rock but required a trek up a hill. “But rather than walk up the hill, they would just use whatever bits had rolled down and were lying at the bottom,” Shipton said.
When the researchers examined the rocky outcrop, they found that it was untouched by Homo erectus — no traces of activity, no artifacts and no quarrying of the stone, Shipton said in the statement. By contrast Neanderthals and early Homo sapiens climbed mountains for high-quality stones and transported them over long distances, according to the statement.
Neanderthal master race is representin’!
These early humans were strong and skillful, and they thrived in the region for some time. But once the riverbeds dried out, as sediment samples from the area reveal happened, these people’s lack of initiative doomed them.
Such an important lesson. Lazy niggers, and their ancestors, without intervention from White people, or their ancestors, will die out from their lack of initiative.
Once the Whites are gone from South Africa, the Blacks will go shortly thereafter.
None of these brown people have the capacity to adapt to the kind of disasters nature may have in store for us. Blacks aren’t going to prevent earth from being hit by an asteroid. Blacks aren’t going to reverse desertification of the rainforests. Blacks aren’t going to build underground bunkers, or greenhouses in the arctic.
If we lose this and die out, the rest of the planet’s featherless bipeds are going to be wiped out at the first major catastrophe.