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Homo Sapiens interbreed with Homo Neanderthalensis
I have provided some additional sources which the general reader can also understand. For us scientists, youtube may seem an unreliable source, but that is only the case if the source itself is unreliable, which is why I have collected videos from somewhat reputable sources such as the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and others. This is so the general public can also partake and understand some of the main concepts of human evolution whereas if I only used peer reviewed scientific journals, the only people reading them would be the small minority of scientists on planet Earth. But as source of reference I will nonetheless continue to include peer reviewed scientific sources so that the scientific community will began to understand that human evolution is not the way they want it to be, but far more complicated series of migrations, evolution due to the selective pressure of their respective geographical location and possible interbreedings resulting in the modern day Homo Sapiens who happen to be part Homo Neanderthalensis and the Chinese anatomically modern Homo Erectus who may either be part Homo Neanderthalensis due to possible interbreeding or it is possible the Homo Erectus in China did not significantly interbreed with the Homo Neanderthalensis and that the anatomically modern Chinese Homo Erectus alive today simply retain what seems to be "neanderthal" genes because the Neanderthals were direct descendants of Homo Heidelbergensis which happens to be either a separate species or subspecies of Homo Erectus, and as such they both carry similar genes and passed them into their progeny in both respective evolutionary branches. Thank you! Please watch :
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I created article about artist Dimitry Gerrman, but when I tried to add it to wikipedia I got message that you removed on 09/29/2009 another article with the same name, because copyright problems. My article is the new one. Could you please help me to add this article or please explain what could I do at this case.
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