Sex With Aliens? Hell Yes!

If animals can copulate, they will. It’s not a maybe question. Animals aren’t as picky as we humans pretend to be. You might have as much as 4% Neanderthal DNA. That’s a lot when you consider that the difference between chimps and humans is often stated as about 5%.

What Happened When Humans Met An Alien Intelligence? Sex Happened

 

About 35,000 years ago, Homo sapiens and Neanderthals lived within shouting distance of each other in France and Spain for, at the very least, a few thousand years. If they mingled, some might have gone farther. There is a skeleton of a boy, found in Portugal, who lived after the last Neanderthals died in southern Spain, whose body seems to be a hybrid, part them, part us.

But the clincher is in your cells. I’m talking about you, you reading this, unless you are 100 percent Yoruba or San (groups that never emigrated from Africa). In 2010, scientists at the Max Planck Institute in Germany, discovered that most humans on Earth, especially if they descend from Europe and most of Asia, carry about 1 to 4 percent Neanderthal DNA in their cells. Proportions will vary. British comedianEddie Izzard, discovered he’s 2.8 percent Neanderthal. You don’t carry Neanderthal DNA unless someone up your family tree coupled with one.

So that’s our proof: that our first encounter with an intelligent alien led to … umm, well … more.

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    • sassyfrassylassy
    • March 8th, 2013

    Kinky.

    • sassyfrassylassy
    • March 8th, 2013

    I watched the video. It appears to be suggesting that Caucasians are the descendants of Neanderthals and humans from Africa having sex.

    • I believe that this is quite possible because if two animals can, they will. 😉

        • sassyfrassylassy
        • March 8th, 2013

        I suppose that is a rational enough statement.

        • Of course it probably will not be population wide, but to think it didn’t happen at all is silly. I am hoping that we find more evidence of what happened to them as a species and the others. Talk about investigating your family tree … this is the extreme.

            • sassyfrassylassy
            • March 8th, 2013

            From what I read it appears we absorbed them into our species. That would make more sense.

            • At least some of them. I’ve always thought (even before it would be acceptable) that there was something odd about blonde hair and blue eyes. That didn’t come from Africa, and it didn’t seem likely to come from the Asian populations. Then you look at hefty Germanic and Norse peoples who have blonde hair and blue eyes… hmmmmm

                • sassyfrassylassy
                • March 8th, 2013

                Also the redheads and freckly types. I have lots of freckles, at least after spending some time in the sun.

                I’ve been playing with gasmasks today. I think I gave myself subhigh.

                • Indeed, red hair and freckles too. Masks can be a bit tricky.

                    • sassyfrassylassy
                    • March 8th, 2013

                    How’s that? I wore mine in the dark while taking a long hot bath and masturbating. It was bliss.

    • J_Agathokles
    • March 8th, 2013

    Not to mention the Denisovans in Asia, of which DNA-traces can be found amongst Melanesian populations today. Interesting, fact, DNA points out that the last common ancestor of our species and Denisovans lived a million years ago, and the split between us and Neanderthals only occured much later.

    • There is a map I’ve seen of human migrations along with other near species. To see it and still think there was no interbreeding just seems ridiculous. I think it is an exciting bit of evidence.

        • J_Agathokles
        • March 8th, 2013

        And mor eon sex with aliens, one just has gotta watch Doctor Who. It’s full of it. Season three even has an episode where were a human female has given birth to a litter of kittens from her cat husband, in 5 billion 100 CE.

        I think it’s very realistic actually, provided off course that the aliens look humanoid. Then sex will happen. Though I doubt there’ll be offspring from it.

        • If the genetics allow it, there will be children 😉 Evolution at its finest. I want to know my family tree… all the way back to the first single cell organism. I find it exciting.

    • sassyfrassylassy
    • March 8th, 2013

    This is cool…

    • sassyfrassylassy
    • March 8th, 2013

    You have been nominated. 🙂

    http://weeeeeeeeeeeblog.wordpress.com/2013/03/09/someone-likes-me/

  1. Let’s not forget that we also share 50% of our DNA with a banana!

    But I fear that sex with a banana would be more fun for girls than it would be for boys.

    • Well, Ray Comfort seems to believe that it is a perfect food, made by god himself, and doubles as a natural sexual training aid. With divine endorsement it’s hard to argue

      • I’d never heard of him, but just Googled his name… http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ray_Comfort
        He seems very confused… He converted to Christianity but identifies himself as a Jew. There’s a signboard I drive past every day on the way to work, that says “Jews for Jesus”. Maybe they believe similar nonsense to him.

        • He hangs out with Kurt Cameron and they call him ‘banana man’ because after he did a video explaining how god made the banana a perfect food for humans it was pointed out to him all the breeding done to get the fruit to look as it does today and to make it edible. He’s a creationist idiot, who can’t spell science never mind discuss it.

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