Wed 17 Apr, 2019 01:05 pm
So how much genetics do different human races (sorry for the word, I couldn't think of something better) have in common ?
I was thinking about if a Caucasian man had a child with a Black woman, would the child have more similar genes to his father compared to the similarity in genes of his father and another Caucasian male ?
If yes, I have another question : would the difference in genes between the child and the father be greater than the difference between the father and his non-twin brother ?
I heard that there are more genetic differences in a herd of zebra than a group of people chosen at random from all over the World. We're very very similar.
think about it. Youre as different from someone of another "race" as your mother is different from your father
I know. I'm always a bit suspicious when people start asking questions about race and genetics.
Is the OP genuinely curious or is he going to start talking about eugenics?
we shall have to wait, and to make it interesting, make bets
Or he could be one of those who starts a thread only to **** off and never be seen again.
we havent heard from gungasnake for a while.
I think he's returned under the guise of FreedomEyeLove. They certainly sound very similar, both far right, pro Russian, anti Muslim.
oh **** hes pulled a JTT/camlok
If your question is purely academic, I have no answer, but beyond that, what could it possibly matter? The differences in the different "races" are so obviously superficial that only a true racist would focus on them.
most all of those "differences" are short tandem repeat alleles . No biggy. STR's are fixed alleles from populations that have lived in an area for 10 generations or more. (Like "Inbreeding" in a city if all partners com from within that town.
STR's of Galiciana Polish differ from Prucz"ians". Amish are our best example . Its a fsize of foundation population). In the AMish its 35 original families