56: The Denisovans… Another Evolution Fraud.


Denisovans are a “new” form of evolution’s imaginary ancient humans that were “discovered” because of fossil finds from a cave in Siberia. The Denisovans were named after the Denisovan Cave where anthropologists unearthed the fossils. The Denisovans are a relatively recent addition to our “family tree” and were first described in 2010. A team of Soviet anthropologists went into this cave with their shovels and made the stunning find. OK, so firstly I have incredible doubts about a team of anthropologists digging in a cave in Siberia and unearthing a bone the size of a pebble, and a diciduous (baby) tooth that had gone undiscovered for over 40,000 years. What on earth were these scientists doing, digging in this particular cave out of thousands they could have chosen, shoveling up a couple of “pebbles” and declaring the unearthing of an entire new civilization? That is the story for the ages. Below is a photo of the cave in Siberia that Denisovans supposedly inhabited for over 10,000, from 50,000 to 40,000 ago. Does anyone on earth believe this story? Well, yes Millions do.

So, what were the fossil “finds” that created such excitement? The first identified fossils consisted of just a single finger bone segment and a tooth with no roots. Yes, a single finger bone segment and a tooth.

Below is the main part of the amazing “fossil find”. The tooth is believed to be from a female Denisovan between the ages of 3.5 and 8.5. If confirmed as belonging to this group, science articles say it would begin to explain the presence of Denisovan DNA in the genetics of people living in southeast Asia today. However, Prof Chris Stringer, a museum human evolution expert, has said further work is needed to confirm the origin of the tooth. If that’s the case, then the entire new group of hominins is a complete fabrication. And, of course, it is. But the tooth itself will fade into the background, and the ‘new” civilization will take hold and be printed in every anthropology book and will appear as models of early man in every museum of natural history in the world. Students will have to take tests on the made-up information The tooth, and its needed “further work” will never take place. Once a hominin is locked in, it’s permanent.

Astoundingly, a finger bone was found along with the tooth. The article on the find said the team of anthropologists “finally put back together the finger”, and it pointed to something surprising. How does a team “put back together” a tiny bone from a single joint of a pinky finger? Even though the team had only the tip of a single pinky finger from a single individual, the team was able to conclude that all Denisovan fingers looked more like ours than all Neanderthal fingers. The article concluded that this single pinky finger bone suggests Neanderthals evolved subtle differences in the shape of their finger bones sometime after they branched off from Denisovans around 410,000 years ago. What an incredible conclusion from just a single pinky bone the size of a pebble. We not only have a new imaginary civilization of early humans, but we also can tell the exact year the imaginary human precursors branched off from Neanderthals!

So, the pinky fingertip came from a person who identified as a female, and she died 10,000 years before the 3 to 5-year-old girl who gave up her tooth! The Denisovan genome was determined by a geneticist Winner Svante Pääbo, (below) director of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology who got the Nobel Prize for the work just this year. “By revealing genetic differences that distinguish all living humans from extinct hominins, his discoveries provide the basis for exploring what makes us uniquely human”, the Nobel committee concluded. And just think all of this from a 40,000-year-old pinky bone pebble.

The DNA sequence has become the source of most of what we now know about her enigmatic people, as fossil finds have been surprisingly rare for such a wide-ranging, long-lived species. Can you imagine determining that the owner of the finger bone died 40,000 years ago whilst the tooth is 50,000 years old? How is that possible? I wonder what month the death occurred. And how she died. And who her parents were. And what were her hobbies? Her birthday? Can’t the team tell from information gleaned from the pinky bone and DNA? The story that one girl lived in the same cave 40,000 years ago, and another lived there 10,000 years later, and they each gave up tiny fragments that evolution scientists call fossils, and there were no other fossils or skeletons of any kind present from other Denisovans who used the same cave is laughable.

Shortly after exhuming the finger bone, the team of anthropologists who made the find cut it in half! They sent the proximal end to the Max Planck Institute in Germany and the distal end (the very tip of the finger) to the University of California, Berkeley. It’s unimaginable to split a fossil find like this, which represented almost the entire evidence of an ancient civilization, and sending the two super miniscule fossils pieces anywhere. What a strange decision that was. Gad. What if they were lost in transit? Or if the person who opened the mail dropped the morsel, and couldn’t find it? The possible historic catastrophes are tantalizing to think about.

Sometime in the decade since then, someone lost the only photos of the whole bone fragment, leaving researchers with no evidence of what the entire finger looked like. But, miracle of miracles, they still can determine what the entire hand looked like, and the hands of an entire group of hominins. They also determined what their faces looked like and that Denisovans split off from Neanderthals 410,000 years ago.

Using the DNA taken from the pinky finger, a team of researchers headed by Hebrew University’s Prof. Liran Carmel and Dr. David Gokhman says it has discovered a method of reconstructing what our long-ago relatives may have looked like. Professors Eran Meshorer from the Hebrew University said the discovery of the Denisovans, announced in 2010, relied on DNA extracted from a pinky bone and a hefty tooth unearthed in the Denisovan cave in Siberia’s Altai Mountains. “It was the first time in the history of science that a new group of humans was discovered based on only DNA,” Carmel says. In reality, the new group of humans was made-up imagination gleaned from no evidence. There is no possible way to construct the face of any human or hominin using DNA that only codes for proteins. 1

To really destroy their own science, evo-scientists have recently determined the half-life of DNA samples from dead bodies and fossils. Based on this study, Bunce and his team put DNA’s half-life at 521 years, meaning half of the DNA bonds would be broken down 521 years after death, and half of the remaining bonds would be decayed another 521 years after that, and so on. This rate is 400 times slower than simulation experiments predicted, the researchers said.

But just think for a moment about the Denisovan pinky bone or the tooth. How much tissue holding DNA could possibly be left after 40-50,000 years? Could any intelligent human agree that there could be anything left of the teensy bit of tissue after such an incredibly long time? At the half-life rate of 521 years, in 521 years half of the miniscule amount of DNA in the tissue left in the pinky bone or tooth would be gone. In the next 521 years, half of the remaining half would deteriorate. Repeat this half-life scenario 96 times, and there wouldn’t be a single molecule left for our Nobel-winning scientist to study. So how exactly did he determine the genome in that teensy bone? I have questions.

This also means there isn’t a chance in hell that the tissue remaining in the Denisovan tiny pinky finger fragment or tooth wasn’t completely evaporated and deteriorated in 50,000 years. If there was tissue a short time after the death of the owner, just imagine what it would look like in 1,000 years. It wouldn’t even be dust. But after40-50,000 years, it would be long gone. The notion that the conditions in the cave were ideal for DNA storage is also an absurdity but must be part of the fable.

The biggest problem for the Denisovan fable makers is that DNA only codes for proteins. It doesn’t code for faces, head shapes, body designs, or any body parts. Not eyes, hearts, livers, muscles… and no body shape. The fable that they were able to discern the shape of the face and head from imaginary DNA that was supposedly coded for is a sham.

So, before Denisovans fossils were “discovered”, head shapes and appearances of hominids were determined in fraudulent fashion by scientific organizations such as NatGeo and the Smithsonian from old ape skulls. (https://youtu.be/fGXhZ7RFnjg) But now fraudulent and complete artistic license can be taken by the people who made the model and portrait of the fake Denisovan hominid. They can just say they used the genome of the tooth or pinky finger to make the model and portrait. Who can argue with a DNA/genome expert? Every evolutionist will believe, and every teacher and professor of science will have to believe, or they will be summarily fired. 2

Just when things couldn’t be better for Denisovans with the discovery of “massive fossils” composed of a tooth with no roots and a pinky finger segment, a very worn Denisovan jawbone was found in a cave on the Tibetan plateau. Supposedly this jaw has revealed new details about Denisovan appearance and lifestyle. The jaw fossil was not only worn down, but most teeth were also broken at the bone, and it was missing the jaw ramus, condyles, and mylohyoid process. In other words, this is a very partial jawbone, and not as impressive and spectacular as evo-scientists would have you believe.

This jawbone was aged at 160,000-years old, which means it is 120,000 to 110,000 years older than the pinky-fingered girl and the rootless tooth from the other girl. From this partial warn jawbone, evolution scientists determined that it was a “powerful” jaw with unusually large teeth. Evolution scientists say the jaw suggests these early relatives would have looked something like the most primitive of the Neanderthals. They can determine this from just a worn-out old jawbone. They say the discovery also shows that Denisovans lived at extremely high altitudes and, through interbreeding, may have passed on gene adaptations for this lifestyle to modern-day Sherpas in the region. Boy, evo-scientists can sure tell a lot from just about nothing. I wonder where the rest of the skeleton is. Why would the jaw be the only remaining remnant of an entire person? Where is the skull? The tibia, fibula, hip bone…? Why was the jaw the only remaining remnant? Strange.

The big question here is how could evo-scientists tie two miniscule skeletal remnants together as one people since, by their own aging, they existed 110,000 to 120,000 years apart? Do these scientists forget, in their fog of thousands/millions of years, how long 120,000 years really is? To give them an idea, it’s twenty times longer than the time from the beginning of the ancient Egyptian civilization until now. Yes, twenty times. The notion that the tooth and pinky finger and the jaw from 120,000 years earlier were the same people wouldn’t fly in a third-grade history class. Do evolution scientists repeat their fable without a giant grin?

The fossil actually was discovered by a monk in Baishiya Karst Cave on the Tibetan plateau in China’s Gansu province in the 1980s. The monk passed it on to a living Buddha, who passed it to one of the scientists behind the latest analysis.

Shockingly, the scientists were not able to obtain DNA from the warn jaw sample but managed to extract proteins from one of the molars. The evo-scientists stated that proteins could be sequenced, and the analysis placed the fossil firmly on the Denisovan branch of the evolutionary tree. Firmly? So, amazingly, they were able to find proteins in the jawbone that survived 160,000 years. And they were able to analyze the proteins to such a degree that they were able to firmly connect the 50,000-year-old tooth and the 40,000-year-old pinky bone fragment.

Google says proteins can last for short-term storage of 1 day to a few weeks. But many proteins may be stored at 4°C. for long-term storage from 1 month to 1 year. But finding a jawbone that held proteins for 160,000 years without any special storage procedures is remarkable. Beyond remarkable. What is even more remarkable is the fact that evolution scientists tied the two miniscule fossils together even though they were found thousands of miles apart. Who could possibly claim that two miniscule fossil finds that were aged 120,000 years apart and thousands of miles apart were of the same hominin lineage? Evolution scientists, that’s who. They need every crumb and fable they can possibly muster, or their “science” will be discovered as the fake it really is.

Because the jawbone was found in a high-altitude and cold climate, it also supposedly helps explain how present-day Sherpas and some Tibetan populations came to carry a gene of Denisovan origin – presumably acquired through ancient interbreeding – that allows these populations to cope with hypoxia. “This has been quite puzzling because the [Siberian] cave was not at high altitude,” said Hublin. But now, at last, the puzzle is solved. See how much information can be gleaned from just a single partial jawbone? I wonder what its birthday was… who its parents were… what its hobbies were. Did the owner of the jawbone dance? I’m sure we will find out with just a bit more study!

Yes, the Denisovan fossils are remarkable discoveries. Remarkable because they show and are full evidence of how evolution science is completely devoid of any real evidence. Real fossils, and real information that demonstrates species of hominins and ape-like humans evolving into new species and modern man doesn’t exist. So, evolution has to be satisfied with making up its “science” with the tiniest of puny bits of nothing. It seems like there is an inverse proportion at work here. The teensier the fossil evidence is, the more miniscule the finds, the more information evo-scientist can and must make up. One of my major problems is the find. These two invaluable fossils sat in that Denisovan cave for tens of thousands of years without any person finding them. Then… some searchers went into the cave and found a child’s tooth and a tiny piece of bone. Who on earth would come up with these “finds” and think they represented the only fossils that prove the existence of a massive civilization of people who lived over hundreds of thousands of years. Who would send them to a museum of natural history… who would try to extract DNA from these samples, and try to discern the entire genome of the original victim. If I found these, they would wind up in my Levi’s pockets, and that would be that. They would probably come through the wash, and be disposed of by my wife. Whoever got the idea that these represented a massive group of ancient humans was pretty amazing.

Denisovans are just another in a long line of fake hominids that could be torn to shreds by any realistic scientist, or third grader, for that matter. Instead, Denisovan’s “evidence” is more f my wife. akery piled on top of the pile of thousands of examples of fake evidence and story-telling that already makes up this fraudulent science. 3,4,5

  1. Ars Technica: Denisovan fossil finger points to the timing of Neanderthal evolution

Anthropologists put a finger on differences between Neanderthals and Denisovans.

Kiona N. Smith – 9/4/2019, 12:15 PM


2. Meet the Denisovans: High-tech gene analysis finally gives ancient humans a face

Breakthrough Hebrew University methodology studies ancient DNA’s expression to determine physical characteristics of our extinct prehistoric relatives

By AMANDA BORSCHEL-DAN   Times of Isreal 19 September 2019, 6:03 pm

3. Bunce said. https://www.nbcnews.com/id/wbna49366487 How long can DNA last? A million years, maybe more

4. Nature, nature  news  article 01 May 2019, Biggest Denisovan fossil yet spills ancient human’s secrets Jawbone from China reveals that the ancient human was widespread across the world — and lived at surprising altitude. Matthew Warren

5. ‘Spectacular’ jawbone discovery sheds light on ancient Denisovans; Scientists extract proteins from a molar to uncover details of mysterious species’ origins… https://www.theguardian.com/science/2019/may/01/denisovan-jawbone-discovered-in-tibetan-cave

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