Chromosomes make culture, including language

Language is genetic, and it’s racial.
FOXP2 mutations exist in humans and we still count them as human despite the devolution (atavism) being common to chimps. For the same reason you can look like a long-dead relative, humans can have pre-human mutations. This is likely the (un-PC) explanation behind retardation and certain other disability in the nervous system. You’ve heard people can be maladapted for the modern world (low IQ) well, how about maladapted in any environment? Full stop. In every generation, those mutations re-emerge but less so over time since they don’t procreate.

“They connected FOXP2 to more than 200 genes that control the development of neurons, the release of neurotransmitters that send messages between nerves, and the changes in synapses that underlie learning and memory. Some of these genes will very likely turn out to be involved in speech and language.”
When people act like one gene between two groups isn’t a big deal, you can tell they’re thinking in ratios and not in biology. Your heuristic of enough is wrong.
“Geschwind has been captivated by this asymmetry, and by its relationship to handedness. Roughly 90 percent of us are right-handed, and nearly all righties depend on that left “perisylvian” region for speech and language. (About 40 percent of lefties instead rely on the right peri­sylvian region or use both hemispheres.) “There’s some kind of benefit to the kind of processing that’s going on in language–which is extremely rapid processing–to keep everything in one circuit in one hemisphere,” he concludes.”
Handedness being genetic and based on the nervous system. The brain is also part of the nervous system.
That would be the logical next step, to use the full brain. There are no racial studies on handedness.
“Francks and his colleagues could not corroborate that suggestion, but they did find a region of chromosome 2 that seemed linked to left-handedness. They then examined the DNA of pairs of healthy left-handed brothers: the same linkage to chromosome 2 surfaced, evidence that a gene or genes in that region might influence handedness.”
Again, one chromosome and a huge effect.
“They found four DNA differences that distinguished the schizophrenics from the mentally healthy lefties; the location of these variations led them to a gene called LRRTM1. Geschwind collaborated in the work that helped identify where in the human brain LRRTM1 was turned on, or expressed: it probably helps shape forebrain structures and influences how neurons connect.”
Imagine if we applied these methods to other concepts.
“Moving from correlations between genes and disorders to knowledge of the neural circuitry that allows a human but not a chimp to ask, “To be, or not to be?” requires researchers to find connections between seemingly disparate findings.”
Like all races have a ton of Shakespeare level art. Where?
“Linguists and psychologists who have studied “talking apes,” including researchers who have taught them to communicate, stress that the animals rarely combine even two words into a semantic whole and never utter the type of complex “recursive” sentence–like this one–that embeds one thought in another.”
Possible to answer what is white by what is chimp?
These questions are old as Darwin. Genus>Species>Race. Undeniable. I can no less be non-white than a non-mammal.
“In the hope of beginning to explain this discrepancy, Geschwind investigated which genes are turned on in the brains of humans and in those of chimpanzees, our closest genetic relatives. He found hundreds of differences but had no way to determine which ones mattered–which were most significant in driving evolution and determining brain function. Overwhelmed, he turned to a mathe­matician friend at UCLA, Steve Horvath.
With Horvath’s guidance, Geschwind and his grad student Michael Oldham arrived at a new way to approach the problem. Rather than looking at differences between individual genes, they analyzed differences between networks of genes expressed at the same time.”
“It became startlingly clear not only which genes are uniquely human, but also which of those are most important.”
Race-mixing is risky because mutations are usually very bad for the fitness of the organism.
“Biologists believe that if proteins undergo little alteration over an evolutionary span of tens of millions of years, they must perform such essential functions that they simply cannot tolerate change.”
They aren’t as tailored to the old environment, or its pressures but the temporary social one.

Have you noticed African-Americans, left to their own devices, switch to speech patterns more common to Africa, compared with European Americans, who switch to European modes? It’s the little things. Bear in mind, this is after Africans were mixed for centuries.

Fake scientists are already trying to conflate language with racial classification, despite admitting you can learn if you start early enough, a language you wouldn’t naturally conform to.
“the vast majority (97.3%) of individuals have mixed ancestry” then the term is meaningless, you’re conflating the species with the sub-species (race) and who are the exception?
“The data indicate that continents, ethno-linguistic groups, races, ethnicities, and individuals all show substantial ancestral heterogeneity. We estimated correlation coefficients ranging from 0.522 to 0.962 between ancestries and language families or branches.”
If language and race are so tied, if language is real…
“Initial efforts to characterize the movement of early humans in relation to ancestry grouped populations according to five geographical regions: Sub-Saharan Africa, Europe/the Middle East/Central Asia/South Asia, East Asia, Oceania, and the Americas. Subsequent analyses allowed for refinement of the genetic history of global ancestries, revealing regional structure through the identification of 7, 14, and 19 ancestries.”
And you don’t believe in race?
If you don’t believe in gravity, jump off a cliff. You’ll float.
The language/race correlation has clear genetic evidence elsewhere of causation and those same genes are also racial markers because races by geography differ in language structure.

Wait, so wouldn’t it work the other way? you ask, shitposting me.


Yes, it would.

“Now, scientists at Stanford and other universities have combined large databases of globally distributed linguistic and genetic data, revealing in greater detail how languages might change in parallel with genes.”
“Through an advanced statistical analysis, the authors found that geographic distance was linked to both genetic and phonemic distance. On average, the closer together two languages or two genetic samples were to one another, the more similar they were, even when the languages compared were not in the same language family.”
If genetic distance seems familiar, that’s the gap between races.
It doesn’t exist between sexes because a white woman can give birth to a white male, a white man can father a white female. Good luck trying that with race, if it isn’t genetic.
“Numerous studies of human populations in Europe and Asia have revealed a concordance between their extant genetic structure and the prevailing regional pattern of geography and language.”
Different people are different. Groundbreaking.
You can’t talk immigrants out of their genetic neural structures.
They won’t be uplifted being surrounded by white people, they’ll sink lower and lower from inbreeding until their envy provokes a civil war. You can’t bus in new brains.

In other news, Lombroso’s concept of criminal atavism has largely been proven, with the genetics of criminology and behavioural genetics coming to the fore.

Update: I should’ve given you search terms.

Look up left realism, right realism, Instrumental Marxism and Marxist criminology. All of these are real. Why is crime so bad? Well… there are a lot of liars after that human rights money. Ignore biocriminology at your peril, but they care about all the new rape victims. At least, their bank manager cares a lot.

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