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Originally posted by Thurisaz
I may be wrong but from observations over the years, I have not seen any red eyed Asians or my Indigenous Friends in photos.
Maybe it has something to do with eye colour?
The human eye normally produces enough pigment to colour the iris and lend opacity to the eye. However, there are cases in which the eyes of an albinistic person appear red or purple, depending on the amount of pigment present.
Yeah, only I wasn't very coherent haha. That is pretty much exactly what I was trying to say...
Originally posted by 35Foxtrot
reply to post by halfoldman
Well, maybe he had never smelled a wet chicken to compare it to and thus the closest thing he could compare it to was bologna...
Originally posted by Titen-Sxull
reply to post by Thurisaz
As our species left Africa and went to various climates our genetics changed. These slight variations in appearance and genetic make-up are what we refer to as "race", they are relatively superficial meaning we never evolved in to separate species. Those that migrated to Europe would have faced snowy conditions during the Ice Age, it is possible that the eyes of Europeans who lived in this icy climates developed to take in LESS light than those who migrated elsewhere or stayed in Africa (that is IF lighter eyes reflect more light). Because of the...