Are Your Neanderthal GENES making you Fatter during the Pandemic?

The biggest GENE a great number of people carry from Neanderthals is the

SURVIVAL GENE!

Human evolution gallery. Model of male Homo neanderthalensis, Natural History Museum, London, England, UK

Yep. Those Ape-Looking Critters called Neanderthals were MATING with Humans! Someone and the Jury is still out as to WHY or WHO was Mating Who?

Run into a Cave and guess who is waiting in there for YOU?

Human evolution gallery. Model of male Homo neanderthalensis, Natural History Museum, London, England, UK

A Monkey Lover!

From fossils, scientists have been able to reconstruct entire genomes of Neanderthals. And they‘ve found that living people with non-African ancestry carry 1 percent or 2 percent Neanderthal DNA. That remnant DNA got into our gene pool through repeated interbreeding.

Interesting with Monkey Lover Man or Woman.

And when it’s Cold and a fresh Kill is brought into the Cave, Neanderthal jumped on it and ate until he was about to POP. Why? Heck, he knew that the next Kill might be a long time off. So, a slower Survival Digestive System churned fresh Kill into Stored Fat for Neanderthal Man’s Survival. But someone decided that Monkey Man or Monkey Woman looked pretty good to them and they MATED with them and their Offspring carried the Survival Gene that Stores Fat and puts the Mind into Survival Mode.

No Love Making for You, I’m in Survival Mode! And that is what the Pandemic has done!

It’s awoken our Survival GENES from way back when.

https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2020/01/africans-carry-surprising-amount-neanderthal-dna

Africans carry surprising amount of Neanderthal DNA

By Michael PriceJan. 30, 2020 , 11:00 AM

For 10 years, geneticists have told the story of how Neanderthals—or at least their DNA sequences—live on in today’s Europeans, Asians, and their descendants. Not so in Africans, the story goes, because modern humans and our extinct cousins interbred only outside of Africa. A new study overturns that notion, revealing an unexpectedly large amount of Neanderthal ancestry in modern populations across Africa. It suggests much of that DNA came from Europeans migrating back into Africa over the past 20,000 years.

http://www.bbc.com/earth/story/20151116-what-did-the-neanderthals-do-for-us

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/8660940.stm

Neanderthal genes ‘survive in us’
Human and Neanderthal interbreeding
By Paul Rincon
Science reporter, BBC News
Many people alive today possess some Neanderthal ancestry, according to a landmark scientific study.The finding has surprised many experts, as previous genetic evidence suggested the Neanderthals made little or no contribution to our inheritance.The result comes from analysis of the Neanderthal genome – the “instruction manual” describing how these ancient humans were put together.Between 1% and 4% of the Eurasian human genome seems to come from Neanderthals.But the study confirms living humans overwhelmingly trace their ancestry to a small population of Africans who later spread out across the world.

What the heck? Don’t matter where they come from but most People have a Monkey Lover Neanderthal Past in them. GENES passed down from generation to generation. And we’ve not even started talking about SUB-GENES! And these little Devils are more Neanderthal than thought possible.

And right now, NASA and other Scientists are refracturing which points to a Real possibility of an Unknown ALIEN GENES that are currently Top Secret and have been found in less than .001% of our Population. So, who mated with Aliens? And When? This argument is Huge as some are thinking these mysterious Genes may have been Lab Created. But what do they do and why?

https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg24031992-600-traces-of-mystery-ancient-humans-found-lurking-in-our-genomes/

Traces of mystery ancient humans found lurking in our genomes

Prehistoric humans were sexual adventurers, mating with Neanderthals and Denisovans, but DNA studies reveal dalliances with populations we never knew existed.

 https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg24031992-600-traces-of-mystery-ancient-humans-found-lurking-in-our-genomes/#ixzz6eq54hYIN