Neanderthals, Cave Women, and Genetics

As the science of genetics has developed, it has been extremely beneficial in many ways. (Unfortunately, some sidewinders are using it in harmful ways.) Genetics has been applied to historical as well as operational science. Despite the claims of Darwin's Cheerleaders, Genetics is hostile to evolution. The two articles linked below help to illustrate this fact.

Two articles linked here, both showing how genetics is hostile to evolution, and supports recent creation.
Outside Peștera Muierilor cave image credit: Flickr / Cristian Bortes (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)
The remains of three women were found in a Romanian cave and given the designations of Peştera Muierii 1, 2, and 3. The genome of Peştera Muierii 1 was sequenced...I'll call her Muriel. Once again, researchers are surprised that the results were not as expected. Well, sure. DNA is mighty fragile, and some parts more than others. It shouldn't last as long as evolutionists desire. Also, Muriel showed traits of modern humans and Neanderthal DNA.
The entire genome from the Peştera Muierii 1 fossil was sequenced at Uppsala University. Peştera Muierii (roughly translated to ‘women’s cave’) is a cave in southern Romania where the remains of three females were found. The three females who lived there about 35,000 to 40,000 Darwin-years ago are Peştera Muierii 1, Peştera Muierii 2, and Peştera Muierii 3. . . . 

Was she in some slight way more apelike, as evolutionists had expected for a 35,000-to-40,000- year-old woman? Judging by the shape of her cranium, the researchers concluded that she had similarities to “both modern humans and Neanderthals. For this reason, they assumed that she had a greater fraction of Neanderthal ancestry than other contemporaries.”

Well, yes. Evolution is continually thwarted by evidence, and this evidence affirms recent creation. To read all of this first article, head on over to "DNA of ‘Cave Woman’ Very Similar to Ours". Remember to come back for the next exciting episode.

Like the Cro-Magnon people, enough evidence came to light to push Neanderthals out of the ape-man link parade because they were fully human. In addition to all the other factors, DNA also supports this fact. Some evolutionists still tried to deny the truth so they could perpetuate their naturalistic narrative. The claim that Neanderthals didn't contributed much to the human gene pool (indeed, that they were a separate species) cannot hold up to the fact that, like us, they liked to do the wild thing and make young'uns.

Neanderthals did not evolve, but our judgments about them sure have! As I have been following this topic for many years, I recall the research which concluded modern humans were not able to interbreed with Neanderthals because they were a different species. 

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More detailed research has now documented the current view that modern humans and Neanderthals “often interbred with each other.” To this list has been added Denisovans, as well as several unidentified hominins which “regularly interbred” with modern humans. Claims that interbreeding was impossible have progressed to the view that interbreeding was common, a conclusion which has “shattered anthropologists’ picture of where humans came from, and when.”[6] A recent paper in Nature by Hajdinjak et al., published 7 April 2021, was summarized by Bruce Bower in Science News the same day. 

You can read the whole article by visiting "Neanderthal-Human Interbreeding Was Frequent". Also of interest is "Neanderthal Fails Again as Evolutionary Link". Yippie ky yay, evolutionists!