Neanderthals - A Foretelling of Our Eventual Fate?
June 18, 2016
The article below describes the Neanderthal population as one that had significant harmful mutations in their genome, likely due to inbreeding. The article tries to portray Neanderthals as a less evolved version of the current human, but in reality they were humans that had specific physical characteristics just like populations around the globe today can have certain physical traits that identify them. The key observation is that this population was isolated and had accumulated bad mutations. For decades, it was theorized that Neanderthals were killed off by modern man and that likely did play a part, but perhaps mutational meltdown was the death blow for this population. Overtime, their genome became so degraded, that they could no longer reproduce or function as well as the less mutated populations they encountered. As a result, they disappeared, but left a mark in the genetic code of many Europeans today.
Is this a foretelling of what will happen to the human population in general at some time in the future? We know mutations are bad and we know that each generation has more mutations than the last. Inbreeding accelerated this process in Neanderthals to make it more obvious, but surely the same phenomenon is happening with humans today. This is why gene therapy and similar treatments will gain much attention in the coming decades.
This observable science points to an original perfect genome and its degradation since man's original sin.
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