Did you fail to see the numerous references I posted on the pygmy tribes? It’s just like the genetic differences between europeans and africans - THEY WERE SEPARATED. A long time ago, they went their own way. After a few generations, they received a mutation that caused them to be shorter. A few generations after receiving the mutation, lots of members of the tribe had it because it was passed on. Now, they are all short. It’s really that simple. It can happen to white people too. Heck, there is a family (can’t remember where) that has all short members. The family even married out, to taller people, and the offspring were short too.
As far as Europeans having athletic backgrounds - OF COURSE THEY DO!! They had to hunt at times and do athletic things. Everyone has. You seem to fail to realize that this is not the AVERAGE. Yes, AVERAGE. I’ve stated this numerous times now, and you still don’t realize it.
So now you’re saying that different sub-species are different races? No, they are not. There is only 1 race - the HUMAN RACE. Then, you go from there. There ARE sub-species. In history, we were separated by land and water, allowing for specific mutations to occur that caused genetic differences. If you do not understand that separation over land and water caused differences, then something is wrong. There is no racism involved there. Some africans migrated (probably following herds of animals) to other parts of the world, and then over time, they naturally changed. Where’s the racism in that?
Based on your reasoning, all geneticists are racists. This is simply not true. There are 100’s of people working on the genetics of the human race, and they are of all differing backgrounds: European, Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Hispanic, Black, White, etc. None of them ever claim it to be racist. Yes, there is a big discrepancy and argument between ALL groups, but no one ever accuses another group of racism becuase they found that whites and chinese are different. Phenotypically, it’s fairly obvious. Genotypically, we’re just learning why.
In taking genetic studies, geneticists never use just 1 person, and compare that 1 person to another person. It never happens that way. With genetics, the sample size has to be rather large. So yes, the comparison is of large groups and generalizations will be made. There are ALWAYS EXCEPTIONS. Always. It’s a no fail thing. You fail to realize this.
Nowhere in any of my posts did I say anyone group or person was genetically superior. I said we were genetically different. If you can’t see this with your own eyes, you must be blind. Look at the picture of you and thalove4u. He’s dark and has short, curly hair. You are white (can’t see your hair color). There is an obvious difference.