In a message dated 5/14/99 8:22:47 PM Central Daylight Time,
[log in to unmask] writes:
<< >After reading you response and then this guys response, one thing is
>painfully clear, You do not seem to have the scientific knoweldge to render
>such a decisive decision.
<< Your other posts appeear to be pushing some kind of racialism by arguing
that biology is more important than culture. >>
1st we have tip toeing the issue, now we lack any substance, we attack the
poster. Where do you think I amade any racial suggestion? If anything
claiming (and being correct about it) that Indians, hispanics, etc.. are all
part of the same subspecie would directly contradict this uterly ridiculous
I have never siad that Biology was more important. I , from the beginning,
claim that there is a genetic codes that are pass down. This is how people
who were mercelessly killed have been identify by comparing the DNA to living
relatives. If DNA can specifically identify people, why do you not think it
can apply more generally.
<<That is utter bollocks. The
only meaningful differences between peoples are cultural.>>
Meaningful, what??? I didn't realize we were talking about meaningful here. I
thought we were talking about genetic difference between peoples of the
planet. Is it meaningful? No. Is there differences?? Yes. Do I really care??
No However, it is a fact... science.
<<As for my scientific knwoledge, I don't have any degrees in this field, but
I'm betting you don't either. >>
No i do not have a degree, but it is obvious to me and most who know anything
about gentics, that you know next to nothing. I am sorry for the crudity of
the statement, but when I do not know much about a subject, I know to keep my
mouth shut about it and learn. <-- free adice.
Another free advice.... do not say to someone on the internet that you would
not say to their face. I find your remarks insulting and inciteful.
Good day to you