What I hate most are liberal scientists that distort their work to support their facile notions on racial differences and idiot journalists who are witless enough to report their rubbish.
The article below is total rubbish.
The Sans Bushmen are not the 'oldest human race' on earth.
To suggest that they are the 'oldest human race' on earth suggests that they are also the most primitive, as unlike all other human racial groups this statement implies they have not evolved as have all other human racial groups.
This is obviously racist nonsense.
They are simply the human racial group in the world with the most amount of genetic diversity, they are not the oldest human racial group.
Like all human beings the Sans are a racial group of the Homo Sapiens line, though they are a racial group who have experienced the least amount of racial evolution amongst all Homo Sapiens racial groups and therefore they have the most amount of internal genetic diversity.
All human racial groups are as 'old' as each other, for they all evolved from the same archaic hominid group at the point that archaic hominid group became Homo Sapiens.
We are all Homo Sapiens, it is just that other Homo Sapiens racial groups have undergone racial evolution whilst the Sans have experienced the least racial evolution.
Nor all human beings descended from Africa.
Africa is the modern name of a modern continent.
The original homininds that later evolved into humans were present in a geographic area that corresponds to the modern area we define as the African continent.
Africa did not exist at the time of the early hominids.
So we are not 'all Africans'.
The term 'Africans' is a modern term that applies to modern African nation states present on the modern African continent.
The term 'Africans' also refers not just to black people but also non-Indigenous African citizens of modern African nation states.
The language of the research implies that only 'Africans' like the Sans eg black are africans.
To imply, as they do with their use of the word 'African', that the only 'Africans' are black africans is pure racism, as it implies that white africans such as in South Africa do not exist.
Whites are as 'african' as indigenous African blacks if they are citizens of modern African nations.
The phrase you need to use is ' The indigenous people of the modern African continent ' - not Africans.
The phrase you need to use to describe the geographic area where all human beings evolved is not Africa, but ' The geographic area that corresponds to the modern African continent'.
If I were to state use the word 'European' in relation to racial research on the present indigenous Europeans in the same way that you do, then that would imply that those who are not Indigenous European are not European.
We are frequently screamed at by the left / liberal elite if this is even implied.
That would also be regarded as racist.
Nor were the original hominids 'black' - the black indigenous african skin colour gene, black indigenous racial DNA and human racial groups defined as indigenous black african evolved as geo-specific responses to localised climate change among the original hominid groups within the African continent at the moment they, and all humans, became Homo Sapiens.
The original hominids were not black, nor were they human.
The human clock only began to tick as per racial differentiation at the moment we all became human, not before.
The present indigenous black racial groups all evolved from the original Homo Sapiens group, as did all human racial groups.
To suggest that the original hominids were 'black' is racist - simply as they were not human, and therefore by logical extension this implies and suggests that Black Africans are not modern humans but are remnants of the original non-human archaic hominid group who have not evolved when in fact the black racial groups and all other racial groups have all evolved from the Homo Sapiens lineage.
More racist nonsense.
We all, black and white, became humans and members of our present racial groups after continously evolving from the orginal Homo Sapiens group.
The original pre-human hominids were not 'black' as black is a reference to a HUMAN genetic adaption of the Indigenous African Homo Sapiens racial group that includes the Sans.
The Sans groups are groups that have managed to preserve their own ancestral HUMAN racial DNA in a way that ensured they did not experience the evolutionary changes of other human racial groups elsewhere that led to the varied racial groups present in the world today.
In effect, the Sans racial group chose to not racially mix with other groups (and also not suffer racial DNA drift into their racial group from other racial groups that evolved elsewhere into their own specific racial groups) and nor did their environment change to such an extent that evolutionary pressures forced them to undergo racial evolution (or geo-specific genetic climate adaption as it should be defined).
What this research reveals is that the Sans group are the only human racial group in the world who evolved from the original Homo Sapien group that have had the least geographic and climatic imperative to evolve racial changes in their DNA.
The Sans group are, like all modern human beings, the remnants of the original humans but who have the most diverse DNA due to the fact that they have experienced the least racial differentiation.
The less diverse DNA in a racial group means the more racial differentiation.
In other words the less diverse the DNA of a racial group the more closely related that group is.
The research merely proves that contrary to the liberal myth that racial differences are pseudo-science, racial differences are fundamental to human diversity.
The San people of southern Africa, who have lived as hunter-gatherers for thousands of years, are likely to be the oldest population of humans on Earth, according to the biggest and most detailed analysis of African DNA. The San, also known as bushmen, are directly descended from the original population of early human ancestors who gave rise to all other groups of Africans and, eventually, to the people who left the continent to populate other parts of the world.
A study of 121 distinct populations of modern-day Africans has found that they are all descended from 14 ancestral populations and that the differences and similarities of their genes closely follows the differences and similarities of their spoken languages.
The scientists analysed the genetic variation within the DNA of more than 3,000 Africans and found that the San were among the most genetically diverse group, indicating that they are probably the oldest continuous population of humans on the continent – and on Earth.
The study, published in the journal Science, took 10 years of research involving trips to some of the most remote and dangerous parts of Africa to collect blood samples. The project found modern Africans had the most diverse DNA of all racial groups in the world, confirming the idea that Africa is the birthplace of humanity, said Sarah Tishkoff of the University of Pennsylvania.
The scientists also found genetic "markers" in the DNA of the present-day inhabitants of East Africa living near to the Red Sea, which indicated that they belonged to the same ancestral group who migrated out of Africa to populate Asia and the rest of the world. West Africans speaking the Niger-Kordofanian language were found to share many genetic traits with African-Americans, indicating they were the ancestors of most of the slaves sent to the New World.
One of the main findings to emerge was the genetic similarity between groups who shared similar languages despite living many thousands of miles from one another. The Sandawe and Hadza of Tanzania shared common ancestors with the Khoisan speakers of southern Africa: all three groups speak "click" languages.