Are Some Races Genetically Superior At Some Things?

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Are Some Races Genetically Superior At Some Things?
« Reply #150 on: June 12, 2006, 04:19:26 AM »
Quote from: "DrQuak"
It has been seen that there is more of a genetic difference between a man with brown hair and a man with ginger hair than there is between a black man and a white man.

This is the fattest lie I have ever seen deficated from the mouth of a true sinner. Poor egalitarian propaganda. Enjoy burning in the lake of liars when Jesus returns.
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Are Some Races Genetically Superior At Some Things?
« Reply #151 on: June 12, 2006, 04:26:07 AM »
its true, ginger hair is a pregressively weak gene, therefore their heritage is unlikely to contain someone of brown hair in their genepool, therefore they have a great amount of divergence from a man with brown hair.

Are Some Races Genetically Superior At Some Things?
« Reply #152 on: June 12, 2006, 05:58:10 AM »
Quote from: "DrQuak"
its true, ginger hair is a pregressively weak gene, therefore their heritage is unlikely to contain someone of brown hair in their genepool, therefore they have a great amount of divergence from a man with brown hair.

Regardless of whether or not that is true,
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It has been seen that there is more of a genetic difference between a man with brown hair and a man with ginger hair than there is between a black man and a white man.

Is laughably false, and only illustrates that you have a limited (or tainted) understanding of true genetic differences between races.
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Are Some Races Genetically Superior At Some Things?
« Reply #153 on: June 12, 2006, 11:04:06 AM »
Quote from: "DrQuak"
its true, ginger hair is a pregressively weak gene, therefore their heritage is unlikely to contain someone of brown hair in their genepool, therefore they have a great amount of divergence from a man with brown hair.


Yes, but that doesn't mean that the divergence is greater than that between a black man and a white man who, aside from potentially having brown/black hair, is not likely to have much in common with the black man.

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Are Some Races Genetically Superior At Some Things?
« Reply #154 on: June 14, 2006, 02:32:18 PM »
ah yes, but generally the darker skin colours are stronger genetically than the paler ones (although i believe i read a paper in nature stating that the native american/polynesian colour is a relatively weak trait.


Admittedly a person who live in Africa will be largely genetically divergent from an aborignee (no idea how you spell that) but in countries with broad racial mixing the genetic divergence will be relatively small between the races.


May i add that most of this came from Nature (don't know issue number, was reading it while waiting for an interview). and it was merely a comment that there isn't much difference between any human genetically. hell we share 90% genetically with a great ape, 70% with a bannana.

Are Some Races Genetically Superior At Some Things?
« Reply #155 on: June 14, 2006, 09:14:11 PM »
Quote from: "DrQuak"
ah yes, but generally the darker skin colours are stronger genetically than the paler ones (although i believe i read a paper in nature stating that the native american/polynesian colour is a relatively weak trait.


Admittedly a person who live in Africa will be largely genetically divergent from an aborignee (no idea how you spell that) but in countries with broad racial mixing the genetic divergence will be relatively small between the races.


May i add that most of this came from Nature (don't know issue number, was reading it while waiting for an interview). and it was merely a comment that there isn't much difference between any human genetically. hell we share 90% genetically with a great ape, 70% with a bannana.

When you say 'stronger' what exactly are you lying about? If you are speaking in terms of physical strength then your absolutely off mark, the top strongmen in the world strongest man competition are mostly from northern Europe and Greenland, the winners that is. Also if I do recall correctly a recent strongman winner from Greenland was actually a direct decendent of viking nobility, stronger than an ox and a flat-earther.
In Truth
-ujb.

Are Some Races Genetically Superior At Some Things?
« Reply #156 on: June 16, 2006, 07:46:18 AM »
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« Reply #157 on: June 16, 2006, 12:31:06 PM »
Quote from: "Hardhead"
A lot of people say no.  I say yes.  

Evolution means that organisms adapt to their enviornment.  Wouldn't that mean that, if Evolution exists (and I believe it does), that the races must have diverged a little bit.  Specialized here and there?

Discuss.


This is true, however that does not give excuse to rascism.  Also i feel that there has not been enough time in the human evolutionary process to create and large enough gap.  I think the only differences between races are minute things, like black skin to reduce sunburn, extra body hair to increase insulation.  Things that have nothing to do with a class distinction but only variations.  But the real question is why do we care so much about races, and labelling? In my opinion we are all one race, Human beings.  Tolerate dont discriminate.

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Are Some Races Genetically Superior At Some Things?
« Reply #158 on: June 16, 2006, 05:24:29 PM »
Thats a good motto.
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Are Some Races Genetically Superior At Some Things?
« Reply #159 on: June 16, 2006, 06:19:19 PM »
i'm talking of genetic heritage not actualy physical strength.


such that, most often, if a child has a white parent  and a black parent, the child will be more likely to be black than white.


or if one parent is bruenette and the other red head, the child will more likely be brunette.

of course it also relies on the actual person, some people have "stronger" genes than other people.


also generally the areas that produce the "strongest men" are relatively cold, generally areas where things are cold people are bigger, stronger, call it what you will, because you need a certain amount of mass to survive in that kind of enviroment, where as generally areas where black people heritage from are a lot hotter, more equatorial, therefore they are broadly leaner.


there are of course other influences which are a lot greater, like the old soviet states generally aimed very strongly towards the olympic games, and as such set up a very intensive training program - using large sums of money - where as predominatley black places (be they in Africa or even the USA) are poor.

Are Some Races Genetically Superior At Some Things?
« Reply #160 on: June 16, 2006, 11:02:33 PM »
Quote from: "UNCLE JIM BOB"
Quote from: "DrQuak"
ah yes, but generally the darker skin colours are stronger genetically than the paler ones (although i believe i read a paper in nature stating that the native american/polynesian colour is a relatively weak trait.


Admittedly a person who live in Africa will be largely genetically divergent from an aborignee (no idea how you spell that) but in countries with broad racial mixing the genetic divergence will be relatively small between the races.


May i add that most of this came from Nature (don't know issue number, was reading it while waiting for an interview). and it was merely a comment that there isn't much difference between any human genetically. hell we share 90% genetically with a great ape, 70% with a bannana.

When you say 'stronger' what exactly are you lying about? If you are speaking in terms of physical strength then your absolutely off mark, the top strongmen in the world strongest man competition are mostly from northern Europe and Greenland, the winners that is. Also if I do recall correctly a recent strongman winner from Greenland was actually a direct decendent of viking nobility, stronger than an ox and a flat-earther.
In Truth
-ujb.

okay sorry about the off topic but i think UJB is interested in what we're saying.
errrm i belive he was referring to genectic strength