And after that, how long will it take for them to rebel?
A Neanderthal baby - and adult - is going to require a lot more food than a human due to how many calories a Neanderthal is theorized to have needed. I don’t think many people would be willing to put up with that. This is, of course, disregarding the ethics behind raising a close relative of Homo sapiens sapiens as a novelty (depending on who births this baby). I’ll leave that to the scifi scholars to fantasize over.
Wtf? As far as we know the only difference between Neanderthals and modern humans is the fact that they named the remains of the Neanderthals after the region in France where they were found. What most likely happened to them was that they fucked other humans and gave birth to more humans.
There were many physical and mental differences as well. Neanderthals and Modern man shared ancestors, but they were an evolutionary deadend, and their intelligence wasn’t on par.
I’ve read many interesting ideas that neanderthal woman were evolved to be blond to attract both neanderthals and other men, and thus that was how neanderthals evolved to us. And why black people’s don’t have any natural blondes (due to them not having any neanderthal genes).
With the very likely(though limited) gene flow between Neanderthals and our earliest human ancestors, I’m not sure they were such a “deadend”. But that could just be a semantics argument. More importantly though, we’re not exactly sure just how intelligent they are. They may or may not have had language, they most certainly had some form of culture(burying their dead, attending to their sick and elderly, mousterian tools, etc). They also had the largest average cranial capacity of hominins iirc, which tends to correlate with intelligence though it isn’t always the case. Homo Floresiensis had a much smaller brain yet was capable of controlled use of fire and hunting.
Granted she’s melanesian not black, yet it was originally thought that Melanesian blonde’s HAD to have European ancestry, which it was recently revealed that blonde hair more likely came about independently in their population.