Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Evolution and Racial Equality

It's really simple, everybody. Evolution is about random genetic variation, with the most adaptive genes being encouraged by natural selection. If you accept that dynamic, the idea of "racial equality" becomes irrational. When you isolate portions of a species, the portions evolve over time to have different characteristics. The idea that such portions would remain the same, in intellect, temperament, susceptibility to disease, and in a multitude of other ways, is mathematically so improbable as to be effectively impossible.
Quibcag: the girl is Mai Minakami (水上 麻衣) from Nichijou (日常). She is no fool, and agrees with Karol Traven. If you, too, agree, pass the quibcag around. With a link to this post if possible.

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