In a message dated 5/13/99 9:29:52 PM Central Daylight Time,
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<< To be honest, I don't believe that there are significant biological
differences between different human populations. The differences that we
see are cultural, not biological. >>
Hmm are you sure? Biologically speaking, hispanic, Indians (India), Arabs,
Italians (mediterraneans), French, Hungarians are all considered Caucasions.
Yet, they all look different. I hardly think an Italian being raised in
Ireland would be culturally and biologically Celtic would he? This reminds me
of a comedian, who I think was an American Indian, who joked that he used
trip people out when he went to college in california. He spoke with an
Alabama southern accent. You get the picture?