"We Are Not Our Ancestors"

We Are Not Our Ancestors: Evidence for Discontinuity between Prehistoric and Modern Europeans
I just found this intense article right now, and I’m going to post it, but I haven’t looked it over yet. Her contention is that that present-day Europeans are not descended from Paleolithic Europeans, in other words, the folks who made the first musical instrument and the first figurine are not the ancestors of the present-day Europeans. I don’t know who these Paleolithic folks were, but I assume that like populations elsewhere in the world, they were part of some human race that just doesn’t exist anymore.
Like I said, I have not read the post, but I assume that the Indo-Europeans must have overrun those Paleolithic folks and either displaced them or swamped them out.
Feel free to look it over and see what she’s up to.

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11 thoughts on “"We Are Not Our Ancestors"”

  1. It’s hilarious that WNs are trying to claim credit for the achievements of Paleolithic Europeans. I thought the whole point was that Brave Aryan Warriors appeared from the steppes and beat up the nerdy little wogs and stuffed them into their lockers.
    I’m actually surprised how little ancestry of these primordials survives, though, esp. mitochondrial, as one would think that the invading hordes would have appropriated the attractive and nubile women of the conquered peoples.

    1. It’s hilarious that WNs are trying to claim credit for the achievements of Paleolithic Europeans. I thought the whole point was that Brave Aryan Warriors appeared from the steppes and beat up the nerdy little wogs and stuffed them into their lockers.
      LOL!
      I’m actually surprised how little ancestry of these primordials survives, though, esp. mitochondrial, as one would think that the invading hordes would have appropriated the attractive and nubile women of the conquered peoples.
      Yeah, I don’t understand this at all, man. So much of it just doesn’t make sense. It’s like there is little continuity in Europe at all. I wonder if it even makes sense for Greeks to claim Ancient Greeks or Italians to claim Romans. Looking back at these early Europeans, it’s like we are talking about races and ethnic groups that just don’t even exist anymore.
      Saying “they are our ancestors so we claim their heritage” is retarded. Going back far enough, my ancestors are Black. Ok, now what? I get to claim all Black achievements as my own? Before that, my ancestors were frogs. Ok, now what? I get to claim all frog achievements as my own? Should I stock my apartment with terrariums full of frogs in celebration of my frog great grandpa? WTH man?

  2. The writer of site that you linked to also has an obvious Jewish name. Considering the history of Jews in anthropology(Boas), I’m skeptical about the purpose of it.

  3. If mtDNA is subject to selective pressures, then the proportion of haplotypes can change over time in a given population without touching too much the autosomal inheritance, hence the possibility of a higher degree of Paleolithic ancestry on modern European populations than what mtDNA suggests. But still Paleolithic Europeans don’t equate modern ones, and it’s possible they make part of the ancestry of a population as geographically distant as the Amerindians. Their material cultures have so many points in common i wouldn’t deem it improbable.

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