I'm so glad you found them useful. I wish people would think more about how different our blood groups are. Bio Weapons may be against all the war conventions, but since when did that ever stop anyone in reality ? It was us in Britain who noticed, and reported, that the current virus was affecting our non white family and friends the worst. It's just the way some work occuring naturally.( Glandular fever being another which is relatively 'safe' for a white person ). It took a long while to be acknowledged, then blamed on housing etc. Soon dealt with, as they were living with white family and friends in the same conditions. Millions of people have sent off their DNA to be analysed, and we will not always have these present laws and governments, so it's a wonderful data bank for the future. Who knows how it will get used. Genetic modification was first tried by piggy backing onto a virus, as the virus multiplied exponentially, with some tragic results.
Then we have the Chinese Twins.
The Chinese scientist, He Jiankui, announced last fall that he had created twin girls from an embryo whose DNA he edited in his lab using the powerful gene-editing tool CRISPR.
He said he modified a gene known as CCR5 to protect the girls from the AIDS virus. But there's also evidence the CCR5 variation has other effects, such as making people more vulnerable to the West Nile and influenza viruses.
I'm attaching a video link which I found a real eye opener.
The RH Neg factor plays in to so much IMO. Isolated clusters were fine until the Rh Pos came along, as it suggests in the video. They noticed that so often only the firstborn survived when intermarriage, or brute force, occurred. Therefore it was imposed on the women that they be virgins and the invader had the right to take her in her ' Pure' state, thus hoping He would perpetuate his bloodline by at least getting one child. We know now about Rh Neg mothers, but did this spawn the whole cultural position of females being above reproach waiting for her one man ? It would make more sense to mate with as many as possible, as other mammals do, so pregnancy is more likely. Then again human females do not come 'into season' either. We know the dynasties practiced inbreeding, desperate to keep going.
Is this why in the Greek and Roman legends, amongst others, the gods were always so angry when one of them mated with a mortal ? Leda and the Swan is most prominent here, to me, with her children born from eggs. Pan-dora, forged from Mud, another pretty common theme, the first woman, about as basic an Earth creature as you could get and gifted by the gods, even her very life. Created because Epimetheus was lonely, the same given reason the Christian God created Lilith and then Eve for Adam.
Then all the slaughter of the Firstborn which occurs often. Thinking of the dreadful practice in Babylon of the parents frying their babies on the hands of the statue before casting them into the fire. A very easy way of population culling.
Lastly, our study highlights unfavorable characteristics that can lead to "demographic fragility". This fragility can be evoked on the basis of two elements: a low genetic diversity and the possible presence of HDFN. Indeed, the large number of shared alleles by the four archaic genomes despite their geographical and temporal distribution may be related to the deduced inbreeding situation in Neanderthals [14–16, 58], known to be a source of low adaptability.
I tend to take notice of the pictographs. Spot the difference..:)
On that happy note I will leave you ( I will find the Indian Handbags reference tonight and attach to your other post )