posted on Aug, 1 2012 @ 08:54 AM
Oh jeez. If you breed a lot of dog breeds together, you don't get a super dog. You get a mutt. That being said, a lot of the nicest dogs I've met
are mutts; that doesn't make them "better" dogs. Whatever advantages that were gained through selective breeding breeding are gone, whether they
were bird dogs, scent dogs, guard dogs, racing dogs, etc. When you level the playing field you don't bring everyone to the highest point, you bring
them to a low median.
Please don't take this as anti race-mixing rhetoric. I am fiercely attracted to caramel-colored women and would love to do some mixing myself .
What I am saying is that whatever advantages mother gave us when she separated us into races are disappearing. We probably don't need them in our
modern world anyway. But just because we're mixed now doesn't make us "better" humans.