reply to post by snowspirit
Sort of, skin colour is more of a symptom of race than the defining characteristic. Culture is more the product of geographic differentiation area
than anything else, and so is colour.
Basically, if we divide the world in to 3, each area will cause its own colour, and each area will facilitate the ease of distribution of ideas within
the area. Ideological dissemination between areas is hard, or used to be.
If area A causes colour a, area B causes colour b, and area C causes colour c, each area, A, B and C, will have distinct cultures from each other, but
similar within itself. Similar to colour.
If area A contains culture 1, 2 and 3, area B contains culture 4, 5 and 6, area C contains culture 7, 8 and 9, you can say that each area, and
therefore colour, has its own distinct set of cultures.
You can then say that different colours are more likely to have different cultures than the same colours.
For example, individual x from A, with colour a has culture 1, individual y from A, with colour a has culture 1, individual z from area C, with colour
c can not have the same culture as either x or y.
So obviously, the more different the area, A, B or C, the more different the colour a, b or c, the more likely the culture 1-9 is likely to be.