The race of the first Europeans, cont.

In the thread on the “oldest European,” commenter Richard T. argues that I am just following my traditionalist or pro-white preferences when I reject the scientific expertise of forensic artist (or forensic con artist) Richard Neave, who portrays the first European as black. In response, I go into more detail on the timeline of the racial differentiation of humans after the departure from Africa, showing how, even if we accept the assumptions most favorable to Neave, it is unlikely to the point of impossibility that the first humans to arrive in Europe were predominantly Negroid.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at May 07, 2009 01:03 AM | Send

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