400,000 year old DNA!

Today’s CNN announcement of a discovery in Spain in a tight cave of a 400,000 years old “human” remains filled with viable DNA material forces me to make a prediction. The DNA will not turn out to be human! My research as a parapsychologist for 27 years shared with my students revealed that during human evolution in the last 400,000 years a new mutated male’s Y chromosome appeared 3-5 times.

Only once at a closer point between 40,000 and 25,000 years ago a completely new Y-chromosome (not mutated) appeared (creating the first male “Adam”). Any Y Chromosome discovered 400,000 years ago will be just another common mutation of the chromosome, not the making of  the male “Adam.” My assumption is that the not-mutated Y-chromosome originated as the result of mating between an unknown male from a newly arrived species and an advanced Neanderthal female, somewhere in a cave in northern Spain. That event was indeed a milestone in Evolution! Mutated Y-chromosome are too ordinary to qualify as a milestone, they are common, occurring at least 3-10 times in the last million years, somewhat improving Neanderthal physiognomy and brain structure by a factor of 1-5% (the last recorded mutated Y-chromosome appeared 70,000 years in Africa).

I am available for consultation. I want to go on record as of December 5, 2013 that the DNA research team analysing the viable 400,000 years DNA Y-Chromosomes discovered in Spain will not find that it was a Cro-magnon man but rather a primitive Neanderthal.

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