Animal of the day

It took humans several millennia to turn feral wolves into man’s best friend. But in just 60 years, scientists did the same with foxes. Because of this, researchers can now see, for the first time, how domestication leaves its mark on a friendly fox’s genes.

Looks like they’ve done a bunch of studies on those silver foxes and their domesticated mutants that I once likened to bluechecks. They’ve isolated the domestication gene, SorCS1. Or at least they’re getting closer

Does this remind you of anything?

Let’s see, what’s most frequent here in domesticated animals–decreased brain size? Never would have guessed that.

I wonder why they’d deny this?

To communicate anything with a Goy about our religious relations would be equal to the killing of all Jews, for if the Goyim knew what we teach about them, they would kill us openly.

I wonder what sorts of findings they might dig up about us a thousand years after we’re domesticated and bred out of existence

There will probably be a gene for this

Here’s how they got the evidence for a lot of the ancestors of those domesticated animals on the above chart


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