Is there a Y-DNA haplogroup associated with Neanderthals?

Neanderthal is not extinct , 23andme gave me 313 neanderthal variants , which is "more than 94% of their customers" , which count they say for less than 4% of total DNA !
 
[h=5]Magdolna's
Neanderthal variants[/h] 321 This is more than
97% of 23andMe Customers
 
The genes causing light skin in humans were present very far back in human history, long before the latest out-of-Africa event. They were just really, really rare. The environment selected against any concentration. The appearance of European-type light skin was a development of genes clustering, not genes appearing.
 
How the DNA of a Neanderthal could have shaped some human brains

Genetic variants acquired through crosslinking seem to give some people with European ancestry more elongated brains.

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No human has the brain of a Neanderthal, but some have indications of its form.

https://www.mundiario.com/articulo/...os-cerebros-humanos/20181214151330140609.html
 
How the DNA of a Neanderthal could have shaped some human brains

Genetic variants acquired through crosslinking seem to give some people with European ancestry more elongated brains.

2018121415170316926.png


No human has the brain of a Neanderthal, but some have indications of its form.

https://www.mundiario.com/articulo/...os-cerebros-humanos/20181214151330140609.html

What are you saying? grrr lol

If my results are correct, I Learn as a Neanderthal.
I don't know if it’s good or bad :)
I guss I have the IQ of The Beast. LOL

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In my mind, I think the Neanderthal had a bigger and longer... psychology.
 
It seems a good reconstruction since most do not seem objective and the result is as if they were characterized modern humans.

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