posted on Oct, 15 2009 @ 03:32 PM
reply to post by muzzleflash
I feel as if you are using the term species a bit to broad.
We are all the same species in the fact that all races act very similar to another. All races have the ability to think, reason, talk, learn
languages, yadda yadda.
But within a species could still be different groupings. These groupings could then exhibit certain qualities that other groupings do not.
Look at dogs, and it further proves my point that species doesn't mean all creatures included are the same or have the same genetic foundation.
My own personal belief is that races prove that evolution happens right before us. Africans are normally better at physical activities, while at the
same time having darker skin due to the intense sun, which enables their body to endure more of it?
And how people from colder climates have lighter skin because the sun is not as intense?
I can not explain everything, but you can link these traits to environmental characteristics and compare it yourself. WE ARE NOT THE SAME.