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DNA doesn't know the political, religious or cultural distinctions on which people have built concepts of race, but in the 0.1 percent of the genetic code that makes each person unique is inscribed a chronological and geographic history.
The history reveals itself in a set of DNA markers -- usually harmless genetic mutations passed on over generations -- that have accumulated in populations over Homo sapiens sapiens' 150,000- to 200,000-year history.
planes fall out of the sky, buildings collapse all the time, a lot of paintings suck. whats your point here, a learned opinion is an opinion none the less, the learned part only depends on your point of view. And also its not someones opinion that makes a plane stay in the air, its a scientific principle that does that, same goes for buildings.