Human Hybrid

Humans have unique issues in the animal kingdom [1] which might mean we were created as hybrids of Homo Capensis and Bonobo apes. Neanderthals could have been hybrids of Homo Capensis and Chimpanzees. Bigfoot might be hybrids of homo capnsis and gorrillas and/or orangatans. Wildmen might be homo erectus and hybrids of homo capensis or humans and bigfoot.

Lost genes including vitamin C

Sleep breathing

Possibly related to us bieng able to talk [2].

Adenovirus isolated from adenoids [3] therefore adenoviral vectors might cause adenoid swelling and sleep apnea

Streptococcus Haemophilus Moraxella common in swollen adenoids [4].


Acetylcholine Dysfunction

Leads to people going Missing 411.


Large brain

[5] possibly from oxidative stress and weakness making up for it with intelligence.

Weak muscles and Jaw


Wisdom teeth

Hair and beard and nails

Unlimited growth. Nails much thinner than apes.

Weak feet

Twisted fingers and hammer toe

Bonobo crossed with capensis is how we could have been made. With fingers and toes it would make sense if capensis had long fingers and toes to explain why our fingers and toes are twisted and odd [7]. Looking at the mummy it seems like capensis lived underground and probably ate bats gaining traits like bats with the long fingers and webbed elbows [8] [9]. Bats have a 5-15x higher cobalamin requirement [10]. Sally pachalok (sally b12) has a small nose [11] like the mummy so might have a higher cobalamin requirement. Bats are also vitamin d deficient [12] [13]

Big pineal?

Kidney issues

Mental health

Vitamin C

Vitamin D

Retinol conversion


Cellular sugars



Africans have surprising amount of neanderthal DNA but east asians have the most [15].

Ate yarrow and chamomile possibly for strongyloides

We know yarrow can cause dead and abnormal sperm, so could widespread use led to infertility and extinction?

The ones we study were after the great flood [16] so that wouldn't disprove my theory that strongy was intruduced to humans during the flood and lowered our lifespan.

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