Fellow travelers continue to cover for their ancestors in what is clearly one of the worst crimes in all of known history. They continue to malign this race and it's women despite overwhelming evidence that contradicts what they are saying. Every couple of months they do a total reset and it's back to no language and no tools for the Neanderthals, they claim once again they were like gorillas. Every couple of months they try to go back and reclaim all the cave paintings from Neanderthal when the evidence says that Homo Sapiens was never much for artistic expression of any kind. Every couple of months, we hear confusing testimony again that continues to cling to mixed up notions that have themselves been debunked previously multiple times.
When Homo Sapiens came from southern climates he was a black man with no artwork, no music, no particularly impressive tools or implements of any kind and absolutely no evidence of higher order thinking. His only strategy in combat was to hang back and chuck spears. He bred like flies eating carbohydrates. Neanderthals were white men from a cold climate who had impressive artifacts over 250,000+ years old that dwarfed anything ever associated with Homo Sapiens and they ate mostly protein.
In a telephone press conference, Zilhao said Neanderthals recently have gotten "bad press" over their abilities. They decorated their tools and bodies. So, he said, they could have painted caves.
But there's a debate in the scientific community about Neanderthals. Other anthropologists say Zilhao is in a minority of researchers who believe in more complex abilities of Neanderthals.Again. Again with the lies. I don't understand how with the internet available these academics are always talking over each other, with some expressing viewpoints that were current in the 1970's followed by another one who is speaking circa 1990's and the rare person who actually understands what the hell is going on. They lie. Sapiens is a liar. It defines him. They decided Chauvet and Lascaux were all Neanderthal work over 30+ years ago. Then somebody new stumbles in drunk and announces he is conducting his own investigation. It's an idiot free-for-all.
Eric Delson, a paleoanthropologist at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, and John Shea at Long Island's Stony Brook University said the dating work in the Science paper is compelling and important, but they didn't quite buy the theory that Neanderthals could have been the artists.
"There is no clear evidence of paintings associated with Neanderthal tools or fossils, so any such evidence would be surprising," Delson said. He said around 41,000 years ago Neanderthals were already moving south in Europe, away from modern man and these caves.
Wait, listen to this scienmajistics :
Seriously, can you believe the arrogance of this species? No evidence of any kind but the fact we have none doesn't change the fact that "our stuff was better?" Really? Got any surviving traces of any of that artwork? I'm sure in over 200,000 years you can at least find one chicken-scratch in the dirt somewhere between Europe and Africa. I'm not picky. A single instance with any credibility would do.
Shea said it is more likely that modern humans were making such paintings in Africa even earlier, but the works didn't survive because of the different geology on the continent.They didn't have head start programs in the Freaka or school buses that could get kids to their vocational training! Otherwise they would have all been Michelangelo, I tell you! Once again, the man is hogging all the good resources for himself! Typical Neanderthals sucking up all the proper pigments and taking the best cave walls for himself while meanwhile in the Freaka they had to make do with cowpie perms! If only Neanderthals had paid taxes into a central government that would provide assistance to Afreakans with government provided pigments and centrally issued caves, they wooda been some artisticking muthaf*ckas!!! Yassum, what have you and what-not!!!
Shea said it is more likely that modern humans were making such paintings in Africa even earlier, but the works didn't survive because of the different geology on the continent.