That race cannot be biologically defined is objective fact.
Trying to give you the benefit of the doubt here, I will take it you mean by this provocative remark that there are not clear boundaries between the human "races". As groups, they overlap, blend, merge and generally confuse themselves.
Just because two groups overlap doesn't mean that they don't have statistically significant differences. You present a paper tiger, to what purpose I know not, but not to one I trust.
posted on 06/04/2002 6:28:10 PM PDT
Just because two groups overlap doesn't mean that they don't have statistically significant differences.
Yes, possible. But not demonstrated biologically. Your proposition is excellent and experimentally it is shown to not be the case.
I am curious as to why you are hostile to something very simple and obvious?
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