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Aboriginal Australians Are Carrying DNA From An Unknown “Human” Kind, Scientist Are Shocked

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Aboriginal Australians Are Carrying DNA From An Unknown “Human” Kind, Scientist Are Shocked

According to researchers and scientists, human tribes that migrated from Africa about 55 000 years ago were mixed up with a group of people that have not yet been identified by the science.

A well-established fact is that the modern human race drags roots from Africa about 150 000 to 200 000 years ago. What is still a heated debate among scientists is how all these tribes of people came out of Africa and settled in almost every corner of the planet?

A well-established fact is that the modern human race drags roots from Africa about 150 000 to 200 000 years ago. What is still a heated debate among scientists is how all these tribes of people came out of Africa and settled in almost every corner of the planet?

Almost the entire human population outside Africa originates from a historical exodus from this continent that occurred between 40,000 and 70,000 years ago. However, the new archeological findings claim that the exodus took place much earlier, about 100,000 years ago.

Today we have a scientific way of discovering whether this migration from Africa took place in one big wave or several waves and also whether these people interfered with another branch of people by the way.

We can find this by analyzing the genetic structure of the modern man. “Our main goal is to understand how our race has reached this point today and therefore we must first study the DNA of the ancient tribes”, explains Malik Swapan, director of bioinformatics at Harvard Medical School.

Dr. Swapan is also the lead author of three breakthrough studies on the human genome that has played a key role in our search for the discovery of the full origin of the human race.

These studies are consisting a wide range of information about the human genome, collected from under-studied as well as missing groups of people across the planet. These include 787 different genetic analyzes collected from 280 different populations and are considered to be the most comprehensive study of this type.

A new branch of human kind?

The final investigation of the accumulated human genome led to the conclusion that modern Aboriginal Australians can carry evidence in their DNA for interference with an unknown branch of humanity. New kind. Scientists even openly admit that they do not know who these people are or where they come from.

Former archaeological researches has helped the scientists to discover remains from what is believed to be extinct human species in the Denis Cave in Siberia. DNA analysis concluded that these so-called Denisovians have some contact with the Neanderthals but are genetically just as distant from them as the Neanderthals are from the people.

Further researches has led the scientists to mistakenly believe a certain period of time that “Denisovians” have spread their DNA through a large proportion of the Pacific population. Over time, scientists have departed from this conclusion and have found that there are similarities between Denis DNA and DNA found in several locations in the Pacific, yet it was not theirs.

The final conclusion is that the dominant DNA actually belongs to a new branch of humanity, which is still unknown to the researchers.

Scientists also found that Aboriginal Australians are one of the oldest populations on the planet and they have remained inhabited in the same area for 50 000 years. “In the beginning, the big question was whether Aboriginal Australian tribes were created by the first people who moved from Africa to Australia, but after years of extensive studies we can safely conclude that YES, Aboriginal Australians originate from the first people who settled the continent of Australia.

This country can be traced back to about 50 000 years ago.”

Surprisingly, this is the first time Australia’s human origin and genetic diversity has been so detailed and thoroughly studied to that extent. “Because of its 50 millennium presence in the continent, the genome of Aboriginal Australians is genetically very diverse.

You may wonder how different they might be since the genome originated on the same continent, and then switched to another continent and spent so much time here but think about it: the genetic signatures of Aboriginal Australians from eastern Australia and Western Australia are equally different from a person from Europe with a person in Asia.”

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