Neanderthals in whites/unknown hominims in blacks

Modern science says:
July 26th, 2011
10:47 AM ET
Feeling like a Neanderthal? Here's why
(CNN) - Apparently, there's a bit of Neanderthal in many of us, according to a newly released
study.
Research says modern humans of non-African heritage have distant genetic ties to
Neanderthals - cousins of modern humans who went extinct 30,000 years ago.
Published in Oxford Journals' "Molecular Biology and Evolution," the study backs up previous
theories that humans and Neanderthals mated and had offspring.
The research is based on analysis of more than 6,000 DNA samples gathered from all
populated continents.
In most of the samples, part of the human X chromosome called the haplotype shared a DNA
sequence with the Neanderthal genome, said University of Montreal Professor Damian Labuta,
who lead the study for CHU Sainte-Justine Research Center. But the Neanderthal sequence was
not present in haplotype taken from people with sub-Saharan African heritage.
Neanderthals lived in what is now western Eur-Asia including parts of Germany, France, Spain,
Russia and Croatia. Their ancestors left Africa at least 400,000 years ago, which likely explains
why humans with African heritage don't have Neanderthal-linked chromosomes.

The Urantia Book (1955) says:
64:6.24   The European researches and explorations of the Old Stone Age have largely to do
with unearthing the tools, bones, and artcraft of these ancient blue men, for they persisted in
Europe until recent times. The so-called white races of Urantia are the descendants of these
blue men as they were first modified by slight mixture with yellow and red, and as they were later
greatly upstepped by assimilating the greater portion of the violet race.

64:7.10   In general and to start with, the Sangik tribes were more intelligent than, and in most
ways far superior to, the deteriorated descendants of the early Andonic plainsmen; and the
mingling of these Sangik tribes with the Neanderthal peoples led to the immediate improvement
of the older race. It was this infusion of Sangik blood, more especially that of the blue man,
which produced that marked improvement in the Neanderthal peoples exhibited by the
successive waves of increasingly intelligent tribes that swept over Europe from the east.

68:0.3   Social evolution of the co-operative order was initiated by the Dalamatia teachers, and
for three hundred thousand years mankind was nurtured in the idea of group activities. The
blue man most of all profited by these early social teachings, the red man to some extent, and
the black man least of all. In more recent times the yellow race and the white race have
presented the most advanced social development on Urantia.

78:1.8   6. The blue race. The blue men were scattered all over Europe, but their better centers
of culture were situated in the then fertile valleys of the Mediterranean basin and in
northwestern Europe. Neanderthal absorption had greatly retarded the culture of the blue man,
but he was otherwise the most aggressive, adventurous, and exploratory of all the evolutionary
peoples of Eurasia.


Modern science says:

March 4, 2013
One place where such evidence might turn up is in Africa. Michael Hammer, a geneticist at the
University of Arizona, and his colleagues have found hints of a new hominin by looking at the
DNA of Africans. They found snippets, about 2 percent of the genome in total, that seem out of
place in human DNA. The best explanation is that this is the result of another archaic human
who interbred with Africans about 35,000 years ago, Hammer argues.

The Urantia Book (1955) says:
78:3.7   The Saharan civilization had been disrupted by drought and that of the Mediterranean
basin by flood. The blue races had, as yet, failed to develop an advanced culture. The
Andonites were still scattered over the Arctic and central Asian regions. The green and orange
races had been exterminated as such. The indigo race was moving south in Africa, there to
begin its slow but long-continued racial deterioration.