On Jan 19, 11:39 pm, Archimedes Plutonium <plutonium.archime...@gmail.com> wrote: > Alright,VitaminDaccounts well for the races of humanity, the > Caucasian, African and Occidental, the white, black and yellow races. > For if you look at geography and the intensity of sunlight, and the > need forvitaminD, that white is cold northern latitudes, black for > hot near the equator and yellow for in between latitudes. > > So the evolutionary pressure to haveVitaminDuptake to ward off > disease and to have proper fit health would be a pressure to have > white skin in Europe, black skin in Africa and yellow skin in Asia. > The use of clothing for warmth is superior to hair for warmth and so > the skin had to become white to gain enough sunlight and yellow to > gain enough sunlight. SoVitaminDcaused a color change of skin and a > reduction in body hair. > > Now there is another trait of Occidental of slanted eyes, but I > researched that and slanted eyes appears in many African tribes and so > I do not see it related tovitaminD, nor hair reduction nor skin > color. > > Now the origin of races viavitaminDshould tell us something about > whether Tuscan Man created the Occidental race or whether the African > homo sapiens created the Occidental race? > > Maybe, since the Occidental is closer in genetics to the Tuscan man, > that Tuscan man is the origin. > > Now I need to know if the American Indians races are closer to that of > Occidental or closer to that of European? Because here we maybe able > to tell which land bridge was crossed, the Pacific or Atlantic? >
Most scientists fear making any mistakes in their career, but not me. I tend to learn something new. In the case above of where I thought the crossing from Asia or Europe to populate the Americas for Clovis man, I thought you needed a group to cross over into the Americas about 13 or 15 thousand years ago so as to mitigate inbreeding. But it takes only a male female pair or a pregnant female sole cross over into the Americas. Sort of like one pregnant snake into Hawaii is all it takes to populate Hawaii.
So my mistake was a social cultural taught mistake that inbreeding of brother with sister or son with mother is repulsive. But in the Natural world inbreeding is natural course of action. In fact, I see it all the time with cats, of brother trying to mate with sister.
But what I learned from that is a new idea about the creation of a new species. And whether there is an accelerant to forming a new species. Of course we have the four mechanisms of species creation-- Natural Selection, DNA mutations, genetic recombination, geographical reproductive isolation which is called the modern evolution synthesis. But let me add a new one to the list above and call it an Accelerant of species making.
Of course the Clovis man became the American Indian or the natives of South America and were not different species than man.
But consider what if some 15,000 years ago the Clovis man was a single male and female that gave rise to the American population. Because of inbreeding, it accelerates mutations and genetic recombination since lack of diversity and such, the Clovis man could easily have become a far different species, that by the time that Columbus discovered America, he could have been faced with a species that was different and not able to breed with.
Neanderthal was likely a small group that interbreed and had become a different species.
Recently a tiny midget size fossils were found in an island of Asia of a different species than us. Here again, the likelihood of interbreeding and isolation caused a acceleration of a different species.
So, what I am saying is that if you take a mating pair such as insects and isolate them so that they can only breed amoung that genes of those starting pair, that mutations occur more rapidly and result in a newer species because of lack of diversity.
So here we see how inbreeding accelerates the rise of a new species. And we see it in Darwin's finches where each island had different species. It was due to a isolated mating pair that did a lot of inbreeding of the same genes.
Google's archives are top-heavy in hate-spew from search-engine- bombing. Only Drexel's Math Forum has done a excellent, simple and fair archiving of AP posts for the past 15 years as seen here: