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RoaringFlameLostinShadow RoaringFlameLostinShadow 31-35, M 16 Answers Jun 30, 2012

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Tell you what it makes us........ All the same!

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Excellent reply! As we are all created equal. Winks, Nikki

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There are no traits, no characteristics, not even one gene that is present in all members of one so-called race and absent in another. The A, B, and O blood groups can be found in all the world's peoples (the percentage of Estonians and Papua New Guineans with A, B, and O blood are almost exactly identical).





Skin color tends to correlate with the earth's geographic latitude not race; sub-Saharan Africans, the Dravidians and Tamils of southern Asia, and Melanesians from the Pacific all have very dark skin. Ancestry is difficult to trace; we all have two parents, four grandparents, etc. If you could trace your family back 30 generations, slightly more than 1,000 years, you'd find one billion ancestors.



Skin color tends to correspond with ultra-violet radiation from the sun and hence latitude. People with ancestors from the tropics typically have darker skin while those further north have lighter skin. Sub-Saharan Africans, Asian Indians, Aboriginal Australians and Melanesians all have dark skin.





But skin color really is only skin deep. Most traits are inherited independently from one another. The genes influencing skin color have nothing to do with those influencing hair form, eye shape, and blood type, let alone the very complex traits we value such as intelligence, musical ability or athletic ability. Genetic diseases are inherited through families, not race.





Sickle cell, for example, confers resistance to malaria. It occurs in people whose ancestors came from where malaria was once common: the Mediterranean, Arabia, Turkey, southern Asia and western and central Africa - but not southern Africa. The presence of sickle cell is not an indicator of race but of having an ancestor from a malarial region.

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Krackers

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Uncles & Mothers

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Inbred according to geneticists. Blacks have a much greater genetic diversity than whites. One study compared the DNA of the different races and showed that whites are more closely related to chimpanzees than any other race. Chimps have almost no lips, straight brown hair, can have blue eyes, and under all that fur their skin is pink.

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uptight

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brothers and sisters too, but with better spelling.

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strangers

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Crackers.

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easy one lol........brothers and sisters

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