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originally posted by: WP4YT
originally posted by: VoidHawk
Actualy we used to be black but all the monsanto food caused our skin to bleach.
Makes sense, apes have black skin.
So whites evolved more.
Before this gets turned into a race war, bear in mind evolution does not always mean better... just different.
originally posted by: coomba98
I agree they do have white people in their culture, but how many 100's years of interbreeding has occurred.
Its like that saying I remember from childhood;
'Out of all the races that make up the human race, which race cannot grow facial hair?'
however that saying does not apply now due to interbreeding between races.
Also im not knockin interbreeding, im a product of interbreeding, plus how hot is Salma Hayek, would not
throw her out of bed! and that applies to all races, all have beauty.
Yeah i know of that empire, but again olive skin and black hair. Its not an opinion its fact. There are no
paintings or art that depicts white man being the prevalent race of that culture.
Also if a white family moves to these areas and have kids with another white person than that kid would be 'white' and their nationality would be where they were born. I think your picture examples lie in this area.
Proper Irans/Persians have olive skin and dark hair. You cant use todays Irans/Persians due to families of all races intermingling.
Im an Aussie and im sure I can find you an Aussie that is Asian, African or Indian where their parents where born here and their parents. They are Aussies!
Got any ancient pictures?
Primates are mammals that share the following characteristics:
hair instead of fur
fingernails instead of claws
higher brain-to-body size ratio/high level of intelligence
prehensility (ability to grasp with fingers and/or toes)
padded digits with fingerprints
binocular vision i.e. both eyes focus on one object (depth perception)
reduced olfactory sense and dependent on vision more than smell