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Very ancient ghosts in the African genome

 
 
Reply Mon 4 Mar, 2019 02:37 pm
I've been telling you here over and over and over again, that blacks and whites are diffrent species.

Read this:
https://www.gnxp.com/WordPress/2019/03/03/very-ancient-ghosts-in-the-african-genome/
 
rosborne979
 
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Reply Mon 4 Mar, 2019 03:41 pm
@Pamela Rosa,
Pamela Rosa wrote:

I've been telling you here over and over and over again, that blacks and whites are diffrent species.
Read this:
https://www.gnxp.com/WordPress/2019/03/03/very-ancient-ghosts-in-the-african-genome/

That's not what that article says. And blacks and whites are definitely not different species. That's like saying blondes and redheads are different species. OMG, get a grip on reality.
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Setanta
 
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Reply Mon 4 Mar, 2019 11:01 pm
PM is probably an Afrikaner, her English is poor, as though she's translating from Afrikaans into English in her head before she posts.

She is definitely a blatant and disgusting racist.
hingehead
 
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Reply Tue 5 Mar, 2019 07:28 pm
@Setanta,
But s/he is very good at posting song videos that mention a name (to the point of OCD).
hingehead
 
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Reply Tue 5 Mar, 2019 07:30 pm
@Pamela Rosa,
Hi PM
Dictionary result for species
/ˈspiːʃiːz,ˈspiːʃɪz,ˈspiːsiːz/Submit
noun
1. [in] BIOLOGY
a group of living organisms consisting of similar individuals capable of exchanging genes or interbreeding. The species is the principal natural taxonomic unit, ranking below a genus and denoted by a Latin binomial, e.g. Homo sapiens.

ergo: if all humans were not the sames species it would be impossible to have a 'mixed race' baby.

Setanta
 
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Reply Tue 5 Mar, 2019 10:24 pm
@hingehead,
Yeah, OCD is a good description for her participation in that thread--and her blatant racism, aswell.
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Pamela Rosa
 
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Reply Sat 9 Mar, 2019 10:21 am
@Setanta,
Setanta wrote:

She is definitely a blatant and disgusting racist.

Technically I can't be "racist"
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Reply Sat 9 Mar, 2019 10:32 am
@hingehead,
hingehead wrote:

Hi PM
Dictionary result for species
/ˈspiːʃiːz,ˈspiːʃɪz,ˈspiːsiːz/Submit
noun
1. [in] BIOLOGY a group of living organisms consisting of similar individuals capable of exchanging genes or interbreeding. The species is the principal natural taxonomic unit, ranking below a genus and denoted by a Latin binomial, e.g. Homo sapiens.
ergo: if all humans were not the sames species it would be impossible to have a 'mixed race' baby.


I have already placed this definition of the species to the garbage bin of the fraudulent scientific definitions.

Quote:
... the modern view of what a species is does not require full reproductive isolation, and hybridization has been discovered to be quite common in nature.
https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2018-12/uom-uhm121918.php?fbclid=IwAR0aaNmvesPW1DWkcsKt6K6vaNtA2Zc9VfJuZNFffmWL2yW_HXiLdvxtU6U



Ancient humans had sex with non humans
https://www.nzherald.co.nz/science/news/article.cfm?c_id=82&objectid=11894688
InfraBlue
 
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Reply Sat 9 Mar, 2019 01:06 pm
@Pamela Rosa,
The article you link contradicts your own assertion that "blacks and whites are different species."
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hingehead
 
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Reply Mon 11 Mar, 2019 05:15 pm
@Pamela Rosa,
That's quite silly - a race isn't a species by accepted definitions (any more than a dog breed is a species).

Admittedly I don't know how you define species because although you dismiss the classical definition you haven't offered an alternative definition, or a rationale for it.
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hingehead
 
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Reply Mon 11 Mar, 2019 05:16 pm
@hingehead,
Correcting myself
Quote:
it would be impossible to have a 'mixed race' baby.

Should have been
it would be impossible to have a viable 'mixed race' baby.
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mystikmind
 
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Reply Tue 26 Mar, 2019 06:43 pm
I dont get what is the motivation to think blacks and whites are different species?
Even hypothetically speaking if it was true, what are you going to do with that information? What will change? Apart from being exciting to racial extremists, I dont see it changing anything at all? It is not a reason for us to start treating each other any different.
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Olivier5
 
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Reply Sun 31 Mar, 2019 03:28 am
https://cloud.visura.co/495885.medium.jpg
by Franco-Senegalese photographer Delphine Diallo
http://www.delphinediallo.com/
Olivier5
 
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Reply Sun 31 Mar, 2019 07:06 am
@Olivier5,
https://www.essamba-art.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/project-AE-0181.jpg
Noirrs, by Angèle Etoundi Essamba (Cameroon)
https://www.essamba-art.com/overview
Olivier5
 
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Reply Sun 31 Mar, 2019 07:17 am
@Olivier5,
https://www.essamba-art.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/DSC_0061.jpg
ANGÈLE ETOUNDI ESSAMBA, AFROCOLOMBIANA
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Olivier5
 
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Reply Sun 31 Mar, 2019 07:37 am
https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5534a426e4b0ed810ce8f891/t/572cdbca356fb042232d0b0f/1462557761789/203132.xx_large.jpg

Delphine Diallo
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Olivier5
 
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Reply Mon 1 Apr, 2019 06:14 am
http://www.alicemann.co.za/assets/img/series/drummies2/004_DRUMMIES.jpg
Alice Mann is a South Africa-born, London-based photographer. Her series "Drummies" depicts all-female teams of drum majorettes from some of South Africa’s most marginalised communities.
http://www.alicemann.co.za/drummies
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Olivier5
 
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Reply Mon 1 Apr, 2019 06:37 am
Now for some seriously ancient African ghosts, we turn to Léonce Raphael Agbodjélou from Porto-Novo, Benin. In this series he documents the local Egungun masqueraders, whose public performances tap into Yoruba mythology (the origins of Voodoo).
https://smacgallery.com/artist/leonce-raphael-agbodjelou/


https://smacgallery.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/9.Leonce-Agbodje%CC%81lou_-Egoungoun-Guelede-E%CC%82fe%CC%82-Qui-Sort-La-Nuit_-2017_-Gicle%CC%81e-Print-on-Epson-Natural-Hot-Press-Paper-Diasec_-150-x-110-cm_LR1.jpg
Egoungoun Guelede | Êfê Qui Sort La Nuit

https://smacgallery.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Leonce-Raphael-Agbodjelou_Egungun-Masquerade-VIII_2015_Pigment-Ink-on-HP-Premium-Satin-Photographic-Paper_202-x-150-cm_LR.jpg
Egungun Masquerades VIII

https://smacgallery.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Leonce-Raphael-Agbodjelou_Egungun-Masquerade-XII_2015_Pigment-Ink-on-HP-Premium-Satin-Photographic-Paper_148-x-110-cm_LR.jpg
Egungun Masquerade XII
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Olivier5
 
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Reply Wed 3 Apr, 2019 05:56 am
http://www.galerieclementinedelaferonniere.fr/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/JB_13-1013x1024.jpg

Born in 1929 in Ghana, James Barnor started his career by opening a photographic portrait studio in Accra. In doing so he followed many African photographers of the same period, who had no other way of making a living.

(Incidentally, this gives their picture a particular quality, as they are done FOR the subject who's paying for them, not taken OF him/her without even asking, as many white folks do when they photograph black people)

In 1959, Barnor moved to London to study, and documented the African diaspora’s experiences in the city during the “swinging sixties”.
mystikmind
 
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Reply Wed 3 Apr, 2019 03:58 pm
@Olivier5,
"(Incidentally, this gives their picture a particular quality, as they are done FOR the subject who's paying for them, not taken OF him/her without even asking, as many white folks do when they photograph black people)"

That's actually a very racist comment. Its like me saying many black folk will rob you given the chance.
 

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