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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated March 20)
neanderthals by Jack Wummerman - Wed, 18 Jul 2018 09:28:21 EST ID:jDhu60RY No.57483 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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i have just read the whole wiki page about neanderthals
how the fuck did the meme that they were smarter than homo sapiens come about?
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Albert Bronderlon - Thu, 19 Jul 2018 08:25:32 EST ID:0qSO+rVA No.57487 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've never heard of this meme.
Maybe the books by Jean M. Auel?
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Henry Werringpurk - Mon, 30 Jul 2018 18:43:27 EST ID:jDhu60RY No.57496 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57487
it's pretty common among white supremacists
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Hugh Harringstodge - Tue, 31 Jul 2018 06:25:52 EST ID:0qSO+rVA No.57497 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57496
>I'm better than you because I'm >1% a species that the species you're 100% forced to extinction!
They were capable of symbolic reasoning and tool use but so were/are we. I guess it's just an excuse to "scientifically" claim that certain groups of white Europeans are superior to everyone else because their ancestors bred with them while replacing them? Seems a little counter-intuitive.
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Matilda Davinghood - Sun, 05 Aug 2018 06:55:10 EST ID:I0gh1mqC No.57500 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57497
Makes about as much sense as basing your white supremacy movement off of claiming to be descendants of the ancient Iranian nomads who invaded and settled down in India
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Clara Henningfan - Tue, 07 Aug 2018 10:38:04 EST ID:0qSO+rVA No.57501 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57500
That is a fair point.
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Ernest Bebbertutch - Tue, 14 Aug 2018 22:22:00 EST ID:HDtZLnB6 No.57507 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57500
To be fair the Indian caste system is fundamentally based on skin color, in the sense that the highest caste is the whitest skinned and the lowest caste is the darkest, and since that theory states that Indian social structure is based on these nomads' ideas it makes perfect sense to base a white supremacy movement on claiming to be descended from the original white supremacists.
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Barnaby Gallymut - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 09:53:30 EST ID:ifP+KLNs No.57508 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57507

a lot of the light vs. dark discrimination in asia has to due with past notions of the wealthy affording the luxury of staying indoors while the poor have to go out and farm all day, getting tan
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Betsy Fockleham - Mon, 03 Sep 2018 00:50:25 EST ID:XxRV4V3t No.57516 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57508
in europe too, it used to be a status symbol to be chubby and pale
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Matilda Gibbledock - Sun, 16 Sep 2018 22:28:01 EST ID:a7Qn/b7g No.57523 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Neanderthals larynx wasn't as developed as a homo-sapien's so they couldn't communicate as well.
If they were smarter or more clever, the argument is moot because one they're extinct, and two they couldn't talk worth shit, their only option was to interbreed.
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Shitting Fosslepedge - Sun, 30 Sep 2018 17:55:18 EST ID:/JUDCgXP No.57534 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>57523

We could bring them back but its been deemed pointless and cruel considering they would be cognitively behind us. Some people have larger traces of Neanderthal blood and that blows my mind.
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Priscilla Henkinstone - Fri, 12 Oct 2018 16:23:11 EST ID:knR6gMvz No.57537 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>57507
>quoting something I saw on leddit, take with grain of salt:
Time to pick up my calipers.

If you look at historical and cultural evidence of pre islamic india, there is a remarkable desire for dark skin. The reliefs from the ajanta and ellora caves show that the king and his big booty bitches being brown as subcontinental indians are today. The heroes in the Mahabharata are described as dark skinned and skinny and the most beautiful man and woman in the story (Krishna and Draupadi) are literally named as the dark ones. Meanwhile the whitest guy in the story Pandu is a stallion who gets a magical chastity belt put on him and has to raise his wife's sons in a forest before he kills himself by trying to bone his second wife.

Then there is also reference to turkic islamic invaders being compared to lepers on account of their paler skin.
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Doris Debbertig - Mon, 15 Oct 2018 14:11:13 EST ID:0qSO+rVA No.57538 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57523
>Neanderthals larynx wasn't as developed as a homo-sapien's so they couldn't communicate as well.
They couldn't whistle, click their tongues or use sign languages? Sounds like some theoretical bullshit to me.
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Augustus Badgewid - Mon, 15 Oct 2018 23:44:37 EST ID:rbK+gS1r No.57539 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Neanderthals had bigger brains. That's why some scientists think they were smarter.

Then again, Neanderthals had absolutely no tech and culture advancement, they'd settle somewhere, advance culturally and technologically incredibly fast and plateau until humans would come along, and they'd learn to use human technology and culture.

So if they were smarter, they were probably autistic, or like idiot savants.
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Clara Wummerfield - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 06:30:23 EST ID:ylVTqfI/ No.57540 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57497
IIRC they might have had more complex tools then us.
Also art was a thing for them
https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2016/05/neanderthals-caves-rings-building-france-archaeology/

It's too bad everything from that era is so vage, i'd love to know the true state of the neanderthals.
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Molly Cottingbare - Sat, 20 Oct 2018 08:20:28 EST ID:rbK+gS1r No.57547 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57540
They started out with more complex tools than us. However, we humans don't just plateau on technology. We just keep improving and improving and improving until we create global warming and kill ourselves.

Having huge brains means nothing when you're too retarded to fucking keep advancing your technology.
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Ian Fellerstutch - Sun, 21 Oct 2018 07:55:41 EST ID:V5NLrSf9 No.57548 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57547
Well yeah, true that.
If i could go back in time it would the prehistoric times fosho so many qurstions

What a ride huh
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Sidney Hecklefoot - Mon, 29 Oct 2018 23:57:18 EST ID:oGTPq2xI No.57552 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>how the fuck did the meme that they were smarter than homo sapiens come about?

People project onto what they're seeing which tells you more about their given world-view. The more comfortable example would be in how insect colonies were traditionally imagined as monarchies because that is what people saw in their own world.

>>57539
>Then again, Neanderthals had absolutely no tech and culture advancement, they'd settle somewhere, advance culturally and technologically incredibly fast and plateau until humans would come along

That's been the general rule for human's across history as well, at the very least whenever an isolated people get comfortable. Many cases exist of communities even forgetting technology like shipbuilding after arrival on some island paradise.

Sure, it might seem only logical to us to aim for limitless technological progress when we can see the benefits but that pace didn't exist pre-enlightenment.
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Nell Cirrydale - Tue, 30 Oct 2018 12:32:56 EST ID:I0gh1mqC No.57553 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57552
Yeah what this guy's saying, technology is developed to solve problems and if there's no problems there's no need. Neanderthals were comfortable in their ecological niche, with secure settlements and stable food sources, devoting their time and energy into cultural pursuits like this guy >>57540 pointed out. Then they suddenly had to start competing for these settlement sites and food sources with more vocal, socially coordinated Homo Sapiens and they got outnumbered and absorbed. It's not like the Humans had level 3 clubs that overpowered the Neanderthals level 2 rocks.
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Hamilton Cennerleg - Sun, 09 Dec 2018 17:31:18 EST ID:MyXaUwQx No.57579 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The Neanderthals were neurotypical for their time, but when a smaller wimpier autistic breed was born, the neanderthals found the females less challenging due to their inferior genetics, and the result was what would eventually become homo sapiens.

There were no antipsychotics to give the mutant-brained children in those days to keep them mellow when they couldn't handle the barbarian social climate of the era, so the weird kids would throw fits with the better tools they made, and they'd shoot up neanderthal rape-orgies with autism spears, thus preserving the socially and physically diminutive mutant women for the finicky little mutant men.

It's not like modern day spergs, which are a further degeneration of the degeneration. These ones are prehistoric, so their personalities were like what's typical today. It was only autistic in comparison to the previous majority. And they were seen by that majority in the same way that today's majority sees today's mutants.

This time it's not going to take, because of the disinformation system that labels it with the word "autism". It's intentionally misleading, but it's presented as a medical fact by the establishment, which wants hurly burly warriors and ditzy nurses to run free while the wordy kids are sedated and taught to believe themselves retarded.
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Jarvis Fundercocke - Mon, 10 Dec 2018 10:57:39 EST ID:I0gh1mqC No.57580 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>57579
This would be a better meme if it weren't for
>wordy kids
>autism
>the high intellect/highly social next stage of human evolution is the people physically incapable of interacting properly with other humans
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Henry Clanderlock - Mon, 10 Dec 2018 12:57:30 EST ID:0qSO+rVA No.57581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://singularityhub.com/2018/05/23/living-neanderthal-mini-brains-may-reveal-what-makes-our-brains-special/#sm.00000016imexvud1aylw5j5979tdc
check this shit out
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David Drankinworth - Mon, 10 Dec 2018 13:02:42 EST ID:MyXaUwQx No.57582 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57580
Do you think you would know how to interact "properly" with neanderthals?
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Jarvis Fundercocke - Mon, 10 Dec 2018 13:24:30 EST ID:I0gh1mqC No.57583 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>57582
Do you think Homo Sapiens were functionally mute and incapable of interacting "properly" with eachother? Or of clothing and feeding themselves?

Autism doesn't mean "a weird loner on the internet" even if that's how people on chans use it
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David Drankinworth - Mon, 10 Dec 2018 15:49:44 EST ID:MyXaUwQx No.57584 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57583
The mutes who can't dress themselves are at one end of the supposed spectrum. The kids who talk too much are at the other. That's what I'm talking about about the word autism being the wrong word, but it's the word the medical community uses. They do it so that the nerdy kids feel retarded so they won't go feeling superior.
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Matilda Lighthall - Wed, 12 Dec 2018 15:55:14 EST ID:7cZLgdpm No.57585 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57508
thats a liberal meme. there is a strong correlation of indo-aryan ancestry in caste

>https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC311057/
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Isabella Dingersure - Wed, 12 Dec 2018 16:12:17 EST ID:I0gh1mqC No.57586 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57585
>there is a strong correlation of dominant conquering warrior people ancestry in caste
wow no shit huh, next you're gonna tell me all the European nobles are related to Charlemagne
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Lydia Pemmercocke - Thu, 13 Dec 2018 12:35:38 EST ID:ps3M8biu No.57587 Ignore Report Quick Reply
IIRC, Neanderthals possessed a much better memory than Homo Sapiens, due to a large brain (specifically in the area that governs memory). What this meant in practice is that a neanderthal would never have to navigate their route by the stars or by trail markers; they just knew the exact way they had come. Homo sapiens, by contrast possess a much greater capability for creativity, which allowed us to be more innovative.

For instance, a neanderthal would be able to remember the exact placement of food stocks or firewood after a heavy snowfall, without having to dig around for them. A homo sapien would be able to create things to prevent useful items from being buried by snow.

Neanderthals used fire, tools, and had cultural burial practices, but little art.

No one ever talks about how Homo Erectus was faster and stronger than modern humans and were the dominant species of mankind for a couple of million years. We coexisted with them and they could have crushed us, had they been smarter.
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Lydia Danderbury - Thu, 13 Dec 2018 16:44:32 EST ID:xgY/7wut No.57588 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57587

>little art

But how can they tell that mammoth tooth got carved by homo sapiens or neanderthals?
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Edwin Brookson - Thu, 13 Dec 2018 17:11:10 EST ID:I0gh1mqC No.57589 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>57588
based on where they found it, in a site with neanderthal bones or with tools and other material goods that we associate with neanderthal sites, and vice versa

like you'd expect there's a lot of debate over it, there are more than a few controversial supposed neanderthal works of art that aren't generally accepted as either neanderthal or art by most experts
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