Wednesday, 18 January 2017

(140) FGM, Inbreeding and climate change

Basic Dimension 

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Assumption 275: Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is a religious instrument of African cultures, which will likely develop into outbreeding societies, just because they are no notorious inbreeding cultures like Islam. But until now inbreeding cultures made much more progress in their outer layer of religious endogamy, where males and females have about the same rights to choose an Islamic partner.

Assumption 276On leaving Africa inbreeding cultures likely entered a harsh desert like environment in the Levant or on the Arabian Peninsula, which changed sexual culture and religion dramatically. Desert life facilitated rigid cultures with order and regularity needed for inbreeding across generations. In later period increased tribal density caused to enlarge the number of inbred bodies to outnumber neighbouring hostile tribes with reincarnated ancestors. A regular society and the need for population growth were impetus for the notorious incubator farms of family semen which are still characteristic for nowadays Islam.

Assumption 277The last possible origin of cousin marriages lies in the Arabian Peninsula about 50,000 years ago, where first human families (mtDNA =L3N) could not exchange fresh juvenile females with other tribes and desperately had to find new formulas to exchange females within just a few families. This measure from the time derivative of sexual culture might have become instinctive 'religion' for Muslims.

Assumption 278: About 40.000 years ago Homo sapiens (mtDNA = L3N) returned from the Arabian Peninsula and Europe to North Africa, where they developed as Berbers or Imazighen.

Assumption 280: Three elements likely caused the emergence of the Muslim instinct, which is male as well as female kin bonded in nuDNA to inbreeding and incest. This mutational abnormality is unprecedented in other inbreeding cultures, which are only bonded in the male lineage and where females are refreshed completely every generation (chimps, bonobos, Australopithecus africanus, Neanderthals and Aboriginals). This can be seen from mtDNA which is the same for males but different for females, which also have different nuDNA:

1: Inbreeding promotes tribal identity by genetic immortality in descendants since the Homininae (7 Ma; 400cc), the primal human-creature religion. Tribal identity revives in Muslim cultures in Western society today. Tribal identity is male and female kin bonded.

2: And since Homo erectus (2 Ma; 900cc) inbreeding also promotes the earthly reincarnation of Muslim fathers into descendants of their children.

3: And last but not least on the Arabian Peninsula (50 ka; 1400cc; mtDNA L3N) inbreeding was the only way to survive without the possibility to exchange fresh juvenile females. Nowadays perpetuation of this behavior despite adequate fresh juvenile females indicates an inbreeding-instinct mutation.

In the Arabian Peninsula, 50 thousand years ago, there were no other people and there was no central public administration and therefore these 150 pioneers lost track of juvenile descendants of the group. Likely sub-tribes fanned out across the Peninsula in a very early stage and did not keep track on each other. They must have built a symbolic wall around their own subgroup (endogamous tribal mantle) and let no uncontrolled females escape to other groups. So, they must have developed their notoriously hostile relations among Bedouin tribes already in an early stage of evolution.



Climate change in Northern Africa

Assumption 330: Haplo-groups N from L3N and M from L3M, both groups from mtDNA, are sibling-groups what means both might be connected with the inbreeding instinct in nuDNA. 

It appears climate change has nothing to do with the difference between L2 = FGM and inbreeding = L3N. Climate was the same in North Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. But the dry climate might have been a legitimate reason for further migration of L3M into Asia.

Well, then there's just one classification criterion left and that's tribal density in a following article. Tribal density will explain the difference between FGM and Inbreeding.

Dr Rick Potts
Smitsonian Institution

Notice climate variability is the rate of alternation of cold/warm and/or dry/wet. In North Africa there was no climate variation from 75,000 ya until now: xxxxxxxx. But of course it can be cold and hot when is is wet or dry.

As mentioned, climate is more then the above variables, it is also the amplitude, the extremeness of change. This is mainly caused by the Earth's axis of rotation and the eccentricity of the Earth orbit around the sun, from circular to more elliptical orbit.

About 70.000 years ago (90-55 Kya) Homo sapiens (200 ka; 1440cc) migrated from the mixed wet climate of Middle Africa to the dry climate of North-West Africa (L2):


Assumption 278: About 40.000 years ago Homo sapiens (mtDNA = L3N) returned from the Arabian Peninsula and Europe to North Africa, where they developed as Berbers or Imazighen.

About 115.000 - 130.000 years ago Africa had a dry/wet climate: 

[The last moment to form the Muslim inbreeding instinct must have been about 45 thousand years ago on the Arabian Peninsula (Saudi Arabia), though it is not certain for L3N might have been formed earlier in Africa. Also, it might have entered the world along the Nile and through the Levant (Israel) in the first wave Out of Africa (115.000 - 130.000 ya).]

Haplogroup N (mtDNA)

Haplogroup N is a human mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) haplogroup. An enormous clade spanning many continents, macro-haplogroup N, like its sibling haplogroup M, is a descendant of haplogroup L3.
All mtDNA haplogroups found outside of Africa are descendants of either haplogroup N or its sibling haplogroup M. M and N are the signature haplogroups that define the theory of the recent African origin of modern humans and subsequent early human migrations around the world. The global distribution of haplogroups N and M, indicates that very likely, there was one particularly major prehistoric migration of humans out of Africa, and both N and M were part of the same colonization process.[10]

(Does not exclude earlier minor migrations, BD)

Assumption 330: Haplo-groups N from L3N and M from L3M, both groups from mtDNA, are sibling-groups what means both might be connected with the inbreeding instinct in nuDNA.


Does not exclude earlier minor migrations, since:

The major competing hypothesis of "recent single origin" has been the multiregional origin of modern humans, which envisions a wave of Homo sapiens migrating earlier from Africa and interbreeding with local Homo erectus populations in multiple regions of the globe.[3][4]

They likely went through the Levant (Israel) 130,000 ya but this is also an interesting picture:

In the 2010s, the discovery of evidence of archaic admixture of modern humans outside of Africa with Neanderthals and Denisovans has complicated the picture.[5] As of 2011, it appears likely that there were two waves of migration out of Africa, the first taking place between 130,000–115,000 years ago via northern Africa,[6][7][8][9] which appears to have mostly died out or retreated (although there is some evidence of a presence of modern humans in China about 80,000 years ago),[10] and a second via the so-called Southern Route, following the southern coastline of Asia, which led to the lasting colonization of Eurasia and Australia by around 50,000 years ago. Europe was populated by an early offshoot which settled the Near East and Europe (post-Toba hypothesis).[11][12]

Toba disaster: 75.000 ya.

Anyway it seems Homo sapiens returned to Africa 40,000 - 50,000 years ago into a very dry Africa.

Lake Malawi Basin dry-wet fluctuation

Below we see again climate change from wet to dry starting about 60,000 ya: 

There is a theory of Potts which states phases of Homininae (7 Ma; 400cc) are correlated with high climate variability (Dr Rick Potts):

This article explores the hypothesis that key human adaptations evolved in response to environmental instability.  This idea was developed during research conducted by Dr. Rick Potts of the Smithsonian’s Human Origins Program.  Natural selection was not always a matter of ‘survival of the fittest’ but also survival of those most adaptable to changing surroundings. [Well, that's the same, BD]

Warm-cold fluctuation over 10 million years

It is found by research into Oxygen isotope there is an extreme increase in climate variability over the last 10 million years, which might have promoted human evolution:

Notice this is not about dry/wet but about warm/cold:

Climate variability forced human creature to find new ways to survive:

Well, this information was useful for our insight in human development and human religion in particular.


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