What is the evidence that Cheddar Man was not black? Scientists who sequenced his DNA said he had no genes for light coloured skin. He had genes for skin colour consistent with Subsaharan populations. What is the evidence that he was any paler?

Read John Baker’s great work here

Here are a few post about Cheddar Man, incase you want to relive the crazy propaganda:

Cheddar Man – Debunked

“Black-Skinned” Cheddar Man Claims Untrue, Admits New Scientist Magazine

We Wuz Britons – Wakanda Now

2 comments

  1. signasupervestes · October 16

    The oldest known footprints of pre-humans were
    found on the Mediterranean island of Crete and
    are at least six million years old, says an
    international team of researchers from Germany,
    Sweden, Greece, Egypt and England, led by
    Tübingen scientists Uwe Kirscher and Madelaine
    Böhme of the Senckenberg Center for Human
    Evolution and Palaeoenvironment at the University
    of Tübingen. Their study has been published in the
    journal Scientific Reports.

    The evolutionary history and dispersal patterns of hominins are matters of debate1. One unresolved aspect is the origin and identification of the first representatives of the hominin lineage2. Despite numerous publications suggesting an origin in Africa e.g.,2,3,4,5, there are evidences that the earliest hominins might have evolved in Eurasia6,7. Evidence for a Miocene hominin presence in Europe includes both body and trace fossils. Fuss et al.7 identified Graecopithecus freybergi from Pyrgos Vassilissis near Athens as a probable hominin on the basis of its dentognathic morphology, while Gierliński et al.6 presented a morphometric analysis of footprints found on the island of Crete (Trachilos section, Fig. 1, S1). This section belongs to the Platanos Basin and the Vrysses Group of northwestern Crete (Fig. 1b)8.

    External links :

    Click to access pdf553161555.pdf


    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-021-98618-0

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